Wast Not Want Not – have your say on its future

Wast Not Want Not – have your say on its future

Waste Not Want Not are exploring different models for the future of WNWN as a community owned shop and what will best suit all local residents. We feel that organic foods and natural products should be accessible to everyone, for our health and the planets. This is...

Community Food Hub Questionnaire

We are developing ideas around a community food hub which will be in the centre of town, and bring together a number of existing food enterprises under one roof, including Waste Not Want Not. Plans are at early stages of development, and it’s important to have...

Ten Top Tips for reducing food waste

Reducing food waste saves you money while also cutting your carbon footprint. Candida Blaker and Rachel Millson of Bridport Food Matters share their tips to help you reduce waste and keep food fresh. Read more in the online feature in the South West Food Magazine....