Bull Creek News: Second Bite

On Friday each of the children at Bull Creek were given an orange to take home from a company named ‘Second Bite’.  We have been talking about how the big supermarkets like their fresh produce to be perfect to look at and there is a lot of food that gets wasted as a result. Second Bite exist to provide access to fresh, nutritious food for people in need across Australia. They rescue surplus food from across the retail network, and redistribute it – free of charge – to more than 1,300 local charities around the country providing food relief to people in need. They believe that if it’s good enough to eat, it shouldn’t go to waste. We have been speaking about how even though some fruit doesn’t look great (too big, too small, too bumpy), it can still taste delicious! Thank you to Mrs Lance for organising such an informative afternoon for us.

If you would like more information, have a look at this clip! https://youtu.be/0eqxgvZNn0I


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