Sharp rise in food donated to London food redistribution charity

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Sharp rise in food donated to London food redistribution charity

A London based food redistribution charity says it's noticed a sharp rise in excess products being donated.

The Felix Project says the surplus is the result of retailers and suppliers overstocking, to make sure it can meet demand.

The organisation says it expects to deliver more than 400 tonnes of food this month to Londoners in need - that's the equivalent of almost 1 million meals 

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