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Save the Food Poetry Competiton

Climate experts say that tackling food waste is one of the most important things we can do to help the planet!

This competition is for all primary aged children (age 11 and under)

The closing date is Tuesday 31st March 2020

So to get children engaged with the food waste movement, we’re inviting them to enter our Save the Food Poetry Competition. Judged by an awesome panel including UK Food Waste Champion, Ben Elliot, and sustainable food advocate Melissa Hemsley, the competition has the support of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

Their poem has to be about food waste
Entrants could submit a rhyming set of instructions relaying the best tip for using up stale bread, a haiku that describes their favourite way to fight food waste, or a couplet that simply emphasises how silly the food waste problem is. The best poems will be those that balance a good knowledge of the food waste issue with clever creativity.

 Visit the Too Good to Go competition page
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