FoodCycle Wandsworth: Official launch Sat, 22nd Feb

On Saturday February 22nd, FoodCycle Wandsworth celebrates its official launch – and the whole community is invited. A three-course meal will be cooked out of surplus ingredients from 1:30pm at Mushkil Aasaan, a community centre on Upper Tooting Road.

On Saturday February 22nd, FoodCycle Wandsworth celebrates its official launch – and the whole community is invited. A three-course meal will be cooked out of surplus ingredients from 1:30pm at Mushkil Aasaan, a community centre on Upper Tooting Road. The project in Wandsworth is the newest of 18 FoodCycle projects – tackling food waste and food poverty in communities across the UK.

FoodCycle Wandsworth provides healthy meals to vulnerable people at risk from food poverty and social isolation, with a particular focus on older people living in sheltered accommodation locally. Once a week, a team of volunteers collects surplus food from local retailers including Sainsbury’s and uses these ingredients to create healthy three-course meals, served in a warm and welcoming environment.

Local MP and Shadow Minister for Justice Sadiq Khan will be in attendance to open the service.

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