We’re excited to launch our new website for The Real Junk Food Project.
The new site makes it easier for people to find their nearest Pay As You Feel project to them, wherever they are in the world.
For the first time we are able to use our homepage to showcase our partnership with the Leeds Institute for Data Analytics with live totals of the amount of food intercepted and redistributed across The Real Junk Food Project’s network. Every one of our member projects contributes to these statistics, which emphasise the scale of the problem of surplus food and allow us to influence stakeholders from farming and retail to government.
We’ll also be using the new website alongside our social media channels to let you know what’s happening in the network and keep you up to date with our campaigning work.
Thanks to everyone who’s helped with the new site – especially Ana Weller and Leona Meoded for their design work and David Batty at LIDA for his help setting up our food interception data feeds.