We join the fight against food poverty

The NFU in the North West is working with FareShare Greater Manchester to establish direct links between the food charity and the region’s farmers and growers.

FareShare believes that no good food should go to waste and redistributes surplus food to charities that turn it into meals.

Situated at Smithfield Market in Manchester, the charity has gained support from the likes of English professional footballer Marcus Rashford MBE, Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.Marcus Rashford MBE English professional footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Manchester United and the England national team visiting FareShare Greater Manchester at New Smithfield Market.   Pictured loading a car_79423

NFU Communications Adviser Carl Hudspith said: "Second only to bread, the items most desired by the food banks is fresh produce such as fruit and vegetables, and that’s where we believe some of our members could help." FareShare Regional Food Sourcing and Logistics Coordinator Andrew Fowler _79420

If anyone wants to get in contact with us now to register an interest in visiting FareShare’s site to learn more, please email bm9ydGgud2VzdEBuZnUub3JnLnVr