What is a Foodsharing Point?
This is a fridge and / or shelf containing food that has been placed by private individuals and can be taken away by anyone free of charge. These foodsharing points are publicly available.
Who can use a Foodsharing Point?
Our foodsharing points are public, which means they are accessible to everyone. That’s why you do not need to be a member of Foodsharing Luxembourg.
Is all food allowed in a Foodsharing Point?
This information is also available on every fridge. In particular, products containing raw eggs and alcohol are NOT allowed.
Who keeps this place clean?
Our volunteer members take care of this. All refrigerators have guidelines, such as a cleaning plan, which are kept up to date by our volunteer members.
Where are our Foodsharing points located?
Foodsharing Point Bonnevoie
7, Rue Auguste Charles
L-1326, Bonnevoie, Luxembourg
Foodsharing Point Esch-sur-Alzette
52 Rue Louis Pasteur
Monday – Friday from 9.00 to 18.00
Saturday from 10.00 to 14.00
Foodsharing Point Lintgen
Rue de la Bergerie
available from 8.00 to 22.00
How does this work?
- Disinfect your hands.
- Take what you want for free at your own risk.
- Put in food that you do not need anymore and that is still good to eat.
- Use your own senses (sight, smell, taste) to check the food before eating it or before putting it in here.
- This exchange of food is from a private person to another private person.
No raw meat
No raw fish
Nothing with uncooked eggs, unpasteurised milk or cream
- Food past its best-before date is accepted.
- Food transported to the fridge must be kept below 5°C according to its package instructions. Use a cool bag or box with cold packs to keep food like noodle salad or cake with cream filling cold.
- Because of allergies, separate different types of food.
- Leave prepared food covered or in a container, and label what is inside.
- Put food with soil at the bottom.
Do not forget to close the door properly.