FareShare

Who do we work with?

FareShare has 20 years’ experience working with the food industry. We currently work with over 500 food businesses, large and small, to get good food to those who need it most. The case studies below highlight how some of our partners are helping to tackle food poverty and food waste.

Supermarkets and Retailers

 

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In 2013, Asda introduced an operational process that diverts surplus products appearing at Distribution Centres to the FareShare Network. Read more…

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A new FareShare process was developed and tested at Co-op’s largest and newest distribution centre and rolled out to all distribution centres from September 2015. Read more…

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As a founding partner of FareShare, Sainsbury’s has supported us for over 20 years. Read more...

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In 2012, Tesco strengthened its partnership with FareShare by ensuring surplus food within its supply chain is used to feed people. Read more…

 

Manufacturers, Growers and Packers

 

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Having understood how FareShare works and the types of food we require, Faccenda agreed to supply FareShare West Midlands to ensure a reliable and regular source of protein-based products. Read more…

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To make best use of their surplus stock, General Mills have put a systematic process in place which ensures that when food cannot find a commercial outlet, it is redistributed to FareShare on a monthly basis. Read more…

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By donating just 0.04% of their production to FareShare and managing it responsibly, Gerber have managed to provide juice to disadvantaged people 1.2 million times a year. Read more…

 

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FareShare has been working with Greggs since 2005 to ensure good quality surplus bread isn’t wasted. Read more…

 

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IPL and FareShare have been working together since 2011 to provide good quality fresh produce that would otherwise go to waste to FareShare charity members. Read more…

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Kellogg’s has been providing their surplus cereals and snacks to FareShare since 2012 to support charities and community organisations across the UK. Read more…

 

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Mack has embedded an industry leading process, whereby surplus fruit and vegetables are diverted to FareShare on a regular basis. Read more…

 

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In 2005, FareShare and Nestlé developed a process for managing edible surplus that, to this day, still represents a best practice example in the manufacturing sector. Read more…

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The Produce World Group started regularly supplying organic carrots and other vegetables to FareShare in 2013. Read more…

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Since 2013, fresh surplus tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers have been making their way to FareShare from the UK’s largest greenhouses at Thanet Earth in Kent. Read more…