A REDNAL hotel has joined forces with a Birmingham food waste project to provide an informative evening of fun, drink and food.
The Old Rose and Crown Hotel, on Rose Hill, is working with the ‘The Real Junk Food Project’ (TRJFP) to teach people how to reduce their food waste.
The event will be held at 7pm on May 26 and guests will be served a delicious three-course-meal made entirely from responsibly sourced food which would otherwise have been wasted.
With a complimentary drink, entertainment and a lesson in how to reduce food waste, the meal will be charged on a ‘Pay-As-You-Feel’ basis and the money will go towards the project.
TRJFP Birmingham has been operating since 2014 and has intercepted more than six tonnes of waste food, serving more than 2,000 meals every month.
The project aims to intercept food that would otherwise go to waste from supermarkets, restaurants and other sources, turning it into healthy, nutritious meals for all on a ‘Pay-As-You-Feel’ basis.
Call 0121 453 3502 or visit www.trjfpbrum.com for more information on the project.