TRJFP Spring into Action!

The Real Junk Food Project (or TRJFP for short) is an initiative I completely believe in and support. Luckily, a fair few others in Digbeth do too!

TRJFP take unused, unwanted and unloved food that is perfectly edible but would otherwise be thrown away by supermarkets, restaurants and even farmers, and give it a home inside your belly. The talented chefs cook up a storm of eclectic food daily, helping to solve (in part) our country’s HUGE food wastage problem.

By eating with TRJFP, not only do you get that warm fuzzy glow from saving food from landfill, but you can also give your back pocket a rest, as all diners settle the bill on a pay-as-you-feel basis.

Now that spring has returned, TRJFP are back in the Digbeth Community Garden every First Friday with their BBQ. You can also catch them on Mondays at Stanhope Hall in Highgate. For more information, visit their website, like their Facebook page, or follow @TRJFPBrum on Twitter.

Here are their next few visits to our corner of the city:

Pop-up Café at Stanhope Hall
Monday 11 April, 12:00-14:30
Stanhope Hall Community Centre, Ketley Croft, Birmingham, B12 0XG

Pop-up Café at Stanhope Hall
Monday 18 April, 12:00-14:30
Stanhope Hall Community Centre, Ketley Croft, Birmingham, B12 0XG

Pop-up Café at Stanhope Hall
Monday 25 April, 12:00-14:30
Stanhope Hall Community Centre, Ketley Croft, Birmingham, B12 0XG

Garden Party at the Digbeth Community Garden
Friday 6 May, 17:00-20:00
Digbeth Community Garden, 54-57 Allison Street, Digbeth, B5 5TH

Pamela Pinski

Digbeth and Proud

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