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Cardiff FareShare depot in official opening

A Cardiff-based depot which passes on surplus food to the needy has been officially opened by Welsh Environment Minister John Griffiths.

As part of a strategy towards zero waste, the FareShare project was set up last year to take surplus food from supermarkets and manufacturers, and distribute it to charities and people on low incomes.

BBC Radio Wales Country Focus presenter Rachel Garside met the staff and volunteers running the scheme and found out how it works.

  • 23 Jan 2012
  • From the section Wales