FareShare Go is a free program that directly connects charities and community groups with local supermarkets and restaurants to retrieve unused food.

Our food partners include KFC, Tesco, ASDA, Waitrose, Booker, and Nando’s. The food is of high quality and is safe to eat, but can no longer be sold for various reasons, such as damaged packaging or a short shelf life.

Although the quantity and variety of surplus food available may be limited, you can still obtain fresh fruits and vegetables, bakery items, and sometimes chilled items like fresh chicken, dairy, and ready meals through FareShare Go. Please keep in mind that this program is not intended to meet all of your food needs.

How Do I Sign Up?

In order to receive food you must be a charity, school or community organisation that is equipped to receive, prepare and serve food safely. One of our FareShare Go representatives will visit the premises to conduct a Hygiene and Food Safety assessment to ensure that you are using food in accordance with the relevant safety and handling procedures.

To proceed, fill out this form and you will be contacted by one of the FareShare Go team who will provide you with further information. Have any more questions, click here.