Roskilde Festival supports food waste reduction initiative

A new co-operation between the Roskilde Festival and the voluntary food waste movement Stop Spild Af Mad (Stop Wasting Food) is expected to save 30 tonnes of food from been wasted during the music festival this year. stop_food_waste

The project depends on the collection of excess food from the festival’s food booths, which is then handed over to homeless shelters, crisis centres and asylum centres in Zealand.

“Stop Spild Af Mad has years of experience distributing tonnes of good food valued at several million kroner to the homeless and socially vulnerable,” Selina Juul, the founder of Stop Spild Af Mad, said according to Jyllands-Posten newspaper.

Read more: Copenhagen Post

 

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