How food waste can feed the hungry, train the jobless and fight loneliness too

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© FoodCycle

We already know that food waste has a massive impact on climate change and wastes more water than showering too.

But what if we could divert that food waste, and create some social good out of it too?

Last week, TreeHugger was shooting the breeze with UK green activists for Ecotricity's #EcoPowerChat. Among the participants were FoodCycle, a fascinating UK charity that is using food waste to feed vulnerable people, train the jobless, and build more social cohesion too.

It's a pretty simple model with a profound impact. Check out how it works below.

How food waste can feed the hungry, train the jobless and fight loneliness too
One UK charity has developed a tasty model for tackling several social problems at once.

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