Supermarket sets up new fund for food rescue

Kiwis struggling to feed their families are set to get a further helping hand from one of New Zealand’s largest supermarket chains.

Countdown is setting aside $100,000 of its profits to create a contestable fund that will be available to food rescue operations.

Currently the supermarket chain donates food that is still fit for consumption to charities through the Countdown Food Rescue programme. Read more

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