Real Junk Food Project puts down roots with first premises

THE Real Junk Food Project, a "revolutionary" cafe concept launched in Leeds, has purchased its first commercial premises.

The social enterprise was founded by chef Adam Smith in Armley and it takes produce that would otherwise be regarded as being waste and likely have gone to landfill, and make it available to consumers at cafés on a pay-as-you-feel basis.

There are now 40 pop-up cafe concepts based on The Real Junk Food Project's model in the UK and overseas, Saltaire, York, Doncaster and Sheffield to Berlin and Cap... For the full story register now for free or login below...

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