Published 3 April 2020
Food redistribution businesses and charities will be encouraged to bid for grants over the coming month, including those whose volunteer programmes have been affected by social distancing measures or those that cannot access their usual commercial support network.
This funding comes as the government continues to engage with the food industry to ensure the nation is fed, and people across the UK are supported in getting the food and groceries they need.
The government has also temporarily relaxed competition law to allow supermarkets to share data with each other on stock levels, co-operate to keep shops open and share distribution depots and delivery vans.
Application windows for the government fund will be split in to three phases. For more information click here.
In the name of your Real Bread Campaign
Government urged to support metropolitan councils that are falling short on tackling food emissions
KFC's aggressive tactics to undermine councils' health policies exposed
Support our charity
Donate to enhance the health and welfare of people, animals and the planet.