Warren McLaren reports on FareShare, a food rescue service that has saved 468 tonnes of food from the landfill:

Using an iPad application developed by staff and volunteers, IT Wire reports that FareShare is now able to alert the kitchen's chefs of what food ingredients have been collected in real time, increasing their capacity to prepare free nutritious meals for charities.

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