Photo credit: Re-Vive, University of Leeds

Photo credit: Re-Vive, University of Leeds

Re-Vive is a social enterprise partnering with the Real Junk Food Project to reduce the amount food waste produced in Leeds. This student-led group sells excess fruit and vegetables to students at an affordable price, and run a weekly stall at the Leeds University Union. Re-Vive is also committed to educating their fellow students about the issues associated with food waste and sustainability, and their website has plenty of ideas and recipes to inspire healthier living. 

Find out more about Re-Vive on their website, and follow them on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more regular updates. 

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