Reducing food waste by supplying surplus food to those in need​

Peterborough-based charity Food for Nought delivers surplus food from local farmers and supermarkets to food banks and community fridges. Our activities not only help tackle food poverty but also have a positive environmental impact by redirecting food from landfill. 



Cocoa makes THE BIG ISSUE Top 100 Changemakers 2021!

We are delighted to announce that Cocoa Fowler has joined luminaries such as Marcus Rashford and Monica Lennon MSP on The Big Issue’s big list of agitators, creators and thinkers ready to take on the future.

This special edition magazine shines a light on the most innovative, creative and righteous people and groups who carried their communities through the challenges of 2020. It also recognises those using their talent, skills and knowledge to make life better for others in 2021. It will introduce you to 100 of Britain’s finest, from lawyers fighting housing inequality in court to the heroes of Covid-19 to Black Lives Matter demonstrators. Don’t miss it.

 

The Numbers

1
Tonnes

of surplus food saved from landfill and redistributed to those in need. 

1
People

helped weekly from community fridges and many more at food banks.

Food for Nought locations

Peterborough East
Barsby Cooked Meats
Northey Road
Peterborough PE6 7YX
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Huntingdonshire North
Social Echo North Huntingdonshire
6 Heron Court
Peterborough PE7 3AT
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Peterborough 2
Coming soon…


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