Tesco About Giving All Unsold Food to Charity in its 800 UK Supermarkets…

Tesco in the United Kingdom has announced the nationwide introduction of a scheme that would give all of the grocery store’s excess food to charitable organizations.

This will result in a significant reduction in the amount of food that is thrown away.

By the end of 2017, Tesco will have established its new Community Food Connection, which will enable the company to redistribute millions of meals to community centers, food banks, and other charitable organizations.

The program was tested in Merseyside, England, which is close to Liverpool, and as a result, it is having a significant impact on the charitable organizations in the area.

The Community Food Connection is a program that is powered by FareShare, which connects store managers who have excess food that is still within its expiration date with charitable organizations that can make use of the surplus food.

The Irish social company FoodCloud is responsible for the development of the app that ensures a smooth collaboration.

This week marks the beginning of the introduction of the ground-breaking program in fifteen towns and areas across the United Kingdom, including Manchester, Birmingham, Southampton, and Portsmouth.

Over the course of the next few months, the effort will be expanded to include Leeds, Leicester, Kent, and the West Midlands.

The program has already undergone testing at fourteen different Tesco locations over the course of the last six months, during which time it has produced over 22 tons of food, which is the equivalent of 50,000 meals.

Tesco’s chief executive officer, Dave Lewis, was quoted as saying, “We think that no food that could be consumed should be wasted.”

Because of this, we have made it a priority to ensure that none of the food that is sold in our stores should be wasted.

According to him, the program will roll out to all of Tesco’s major stores, which number over 800, by the end of 2016, and it will cover all of the company’s stores by the end of 2017.