The Real Junk Food Project collects fresh produce labeled as waste by supermarkets and others and serves it in community café in Brighton, England. The organization aims to reform the food industry and prevent half the produce grown in England from ending up in landfills.
Environmental Sociology: The Real Junk Food Project
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Buckingham, A., & Richmond-Bishop, I. (Practitioners). (2017). Environmental sociology: the real junk food project [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473955257
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Buckingham, A. and Richmond-Bishop, I., 2017. Environmental Sociology: The Real Junk Food Project, SAGE Video. [Streaming Video] London: SAGE Publications Ltd. Available at: <http://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473955257> [Accessed 23 Jun 2021].
Buckingham, Adam and Imogen Richmond-Bishop. Environmental Sociology: The Real Junk Food Project. Online video clip. SAGE Video. London: SAGE Publications, Ltd., 15 Feb 2017. doi: https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473955257. 23 Jun 2021.copy to clipboardorEndnote
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