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This summer, there are families in our community who need help more than ever. 

That’s why we’re asking our farmers and suppliers to donate fruit and healthy snacks to those who need it most. 

And what’s more, we’re donating £200,000 to food bank charity The Trussell Trust, and helping more than 3,000 community organisations support local families. 

We couldn’t do this without our charity partners FareShare and Home-Start. 

Or you, our customers. 

Thank you!



We’re working with our farmers to redirect enough fresh food to provide more than 4 million portions of fruit and healthy snacks to families in need this summer.

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Farm to family

We’re proud of our reputation for working closely with our farmers and suppliers to provide deliciously fresh, high-quality produce.

Now, we’re using these long-standing relationships to bring food from farm to family. More specifically, those families who need it most.

We’re asking our farmers to donate surplus fresh food, making sure nothing that can be eaten is left behind. Our goal is to gather enough to provide more than 4 million portions of fruit and healthy snacks, including tomatoes and cucumbers, to children who need them most.

“We're so proud to be part of this programme, donating healthy fruit we source from around the world to families with a real need. Hopefully we can all work towards changing lives for the better.”

James Rowson, Primafruit Limited

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Please click below to donate online if you’d like to help FareShare and Home-Start support families in need.

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FareShare redistributes surplus food from the food industry to charities and community groups across the UK – creating almost a million meals every week for vulnerable people.

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Home-Start provides trained volunteers to support families with young children through challenging times – because childhood can’t wait.

Photography credit: Richard Lee/Comic Relief