As I was regularly posting up food photos on Facebook, a friend suggested a bit of a food photo a day project.
While this is a bit of fun (and a good challenge for me) I thought it would also be a good opportunity to raise some awareness (and a bit of money) for a charity doing fantastic things to reduce supermarket food waste as well as providing food for people in desperate need.
It's such a simple concept - the supermarkets don't want it; but tonnes and tonnes of perfectly decent food is being thrown out every year.
Did you know that a best before date is just to advise you that the contents may not be 'quite as nice' after that date - but there is nothing actually wrong with it?
From The Felix Project:
Our missions is simple - we take surplus food from our suppliers and deliver it to any charity that helps feed people. It's all nutritious and would otherwise go to waste. Not only that, but it helps fight food poverty and reduces costs for all sorts of hardworking charities.