The People’s Fridge

| Linda Hutchinson

This recent video from Channel 4 is about a simple but effective way of connecting people. Anyone can bring and take food from The People’s Fridge. It’s a way of sharing food between neighbours as well as cutting down on waste.

Check out the comments under the video on Channel 4’s Facebook page – they are truly international.

Community effort to cut food waste

Anyone can take food from this public fridge – designed to help cut food waste.This community project invites people to donate unwanted food, and help themselves to the food that their neighbours donate.

Posted by Channel 4 News on Thursday, 2 March 2017

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