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TRANSITION WOODBRIDGE LOCAL FOOD PROJECT DIRECTORY
Transition Woodbridge have produced a Local Food Project Leaflet detailing local producers within a 20 mile radius who practice sustainable activities. Their mission is to encourage local people to buy from local producers to enable them to keep going economically, provide jobs and sustainable food production methods for the future.
Retailers and Eateries in Woodbridge and Melton who use these producers are also listed in the Leaflet. Again, if you’re eating out or looking for particular products, check out the link to see what’s available locally to reduce your carbon footprint.
The Leaflet is available via their website https://transitionwoodbridge.org.uk/local-food-project/
HOW CAN I REDUCE FOOD WASTE?
Tackling food waste must be a high-level priority in keeping global temperatures down. Making sure we compost green waste or recycle surplus food to other people are ways to reduce our own food waste footprint.
TOO GOOD TO GO APP
The “Too Good to Go” App is available to download free. Many outlets in the area are now using this App to sell bags of produce that would otherwise go to waste.
LITTLE PANTRIES/FOOD BANKS
In Woodbridge and Melton, St Johns and St Andrews Churches have little pantries where surplus dry food and other consumables such as toiletries can be left. These outlets can be used by anyone who needs them. The Salvation Army make up boxes to which surplus food can be added to avoid food waste. In Ipswich, Helping Hands and FIND (Families in Need) will accept and distribute surplus food.
Jane Healey Nov 22
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