Mark Jones Comments on the Real Junk Food Project

Wednesday 7th June 2017

The Real Junk Food Project charity may face prosecution

A cafe chain that serves food destined for landfill may face prosecution for selling out-of-date produce.

West Yorkshire Trading Standards (WYTSS) said it found more than 400 items past their use-by date at the Real Junk Food Project’s (RJFP) warehouse in Pudsey, Leeds.


Food and Drink expert, Mark Jones, comments in The BBC.