Turning surplus food into square meals: The tech behind feeding London's hungry

John Leonard
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Turning surplus food into square meals: The tech behind feeding London's hungry
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Turning surplus food into square meals: The tech behind feeding London's hungry

Distributing unwanted fruit and veg to 350 charities is no easy task, explains City Harvest CEO David Carter

The day starts very early for City Harvest drivers, because that's when fruit and veg traders decide whether a pallet of carrots or cabbages will be saleable. If not, the drivers are ready to take ...

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