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The Real Junk Food Wedding

Wedding party eats waste food 'intercepted' from supermarkets

Niall and Jess are getting married. They are having a traditional wedding service - but there is nothing traditional about the reception. The wedding party will be served waste food 'intercepted' from supermarkets; past its sell-by-date, and otherwise destined for the tip. Join us for this special occasion as Brighton's Real Junk Food Project serves up a feast and gives us all a reason to celebrate.

www.realjunkfoodbrighton.co.uk

The Real Junk Food Project   Brighton

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