Real Junk Food Manchester

CHR Food Service Equipment

Real Junk Food, Manchester is a ‘feed bellies not bins’ project launched in May 2014 as a not-for- profit, community interest company. The basic premise is to source food from supermarkets, wholesalers and food businesses that would otherwise have gone to waste and turn it into awesome meals which are sold on a ‘pay-as- you-feel’ basis.
The aim is to stamp out food waste and campaign for a more sustainable food system whilst supporting some of Manchester’s most vulnerable people.

Having operated from pop-up restaurants, they contacted CHR about the possibility of creating a permanent city-centre restaurant.
The final result, is a restaurant which has (to the end of November 2017) served over 5,000 meals to anyone and everyone from ingredients that would otherwise have gone to waste.

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