Inge Laperre from Vonst, in Brussels, shares her tips on how to deliver training on the job.
The videos included in the presentation are in Dutch – the English translation can be found in the notes section for each slide
Kenny Willems, instructor at Foodsavers Ghent, explains how, step by step, they guide their new sorters on the work floor from more simple sorting tasks to more complex tasks such as scanning and distributing food surpluses.
Laura Pope from Fareshare Sussex talks through the different parts of manual handing that are useful to know if you’re working in a food distribution centre.
Every day, you’re helping to make sure food doesn’t go to waste – by making sure it reaches the people who need it the most. By doing this you it improves people’s health and wellbeing and it helps the planet too. 😊
Food plays a huge part in our health and wellbeing. Having food to eat helps to keep us well and sustain us. And knowing that we are working or volunteering in a project which helps others, helps our own well being too.
Sharing food with others is also a huge step in reducing the amount of food which gets wasted. Take a look for extra hints and tips on what else we could do use to help health and wellbeing and to reduce food waste in our work places and our homes.
Food surplus and redistribution projects touch a diverse group of people who differ in their cultural and religious dietary practices and preferences. Having an awareness of these differences and treating people as individuals with respect and dignity is important. This guide and poster explains the cultural and religious differences that one should consider in food preparation and redistribution.
Fran Taylor, the Brighton Nutritionist, shares her knowledge on how we can all eat well. Take a watch below.
Ann Lebaq works at Gezond Leven, a not for profit organisation in Brussels, where they specialise in supporting food banks and community kitchens.
Find out what Ann has to say on food inequity and the importance of food for good health.
Chris Clyburn works at the Full Crumb Kitchen. Here, Chris shares his tips for helping their customers to eat well.
The Real Junk Food Project (Brighton) is a café which feeds people with food that would go to waste. Find out more about how they do this and how it improves peoples’ health.