Today, the first public fridge, also known as Foodsharing Point, has been inaugurated in front of the shop Naturwelten, rue Auguste Charles 7, Bonnevoie, Luxembourg City. Co-funded by the Ministery for Cooperation and Humanitarian Action and Frères des Hommes Luxembourg in the framework of Education for Sustainable Development, the project consists of the provision of a publicly accessible fridge that serves as a food exchange point for private individuals. In fact, private households are responsible for 75% of food waste, for around 89 kg per person per year. This project starts here and is accessible for everybody around the clock.
RTL Radio Luxembourg has aired an interview with Daniel and Fern today. It can be read and listened to here.
Luxemburger Wort has an article about our Distribution Days and our Foodsharing Point in their today’s edition.
Tageblatt has a few pages about food waste and one page about us in the edition released today.
Foodsharing Luxembourg is proud to announce the opening of their first Foodsharing Point! A Foodsharing Point is a public place to share food from private to private person and usually consists of a fridge and a shelf. You can take what you want, and you can put inside what you do not need. You find it at the shop Naturwelten, 7 rue Auguste Charles, in Bonnevoie, in Luxembourg City.
Thanks to Naturwelten for providing us with the place and to Frères des Hommes for providing us with a fridge!
Luxembourg Times has published an article about what we currently do. There is also an important announcement hidden inside.
In case your restaurant or café cannot use up its stock of food due to the latest COVID-19 restrictions you do not have to throw everything away! Our foodsavers are happy to come to pick up any food products to distribute them through our network. Just send us an e-mail to email@example.com and leave us a phone number for a quick reply.
Télécran has an article about us in the edition released today.
Daniel of Foodsharing Luxembourg has been invited with Karine of the Transition house Mesa and with Marine of AlterCOOP and of the Transition Days for the Transition Talks podcast. This edition has been about food production and consumption in Luxembourg. You can download and listen to it online.