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Pod joins forces with The Felix Project

The brand partnered with The Felix Project to distribute its surplus food to people in need.

Pod announced that it will donate its ready to eat, handmade salads, sandwiches, yoghurts and snack pots to the cause. The Felix Project is the Evening Standards flagship charity. Founded in February 2016, it has since received over £800,000 in funding to secure the people, vehicles and equipment they need to fulfil their ambition to ‘see good food go to good causes’. 

Pod’s Chairman John Postlethwaite said: ''When you are making your food fresh on a daily basis like we do at Pod using kitchens in every store, waste will inevitably be an issue that we would prefer to avoid. To be able to avoid waste and give something back to society through the Felix Project makes it a very rewarding partnership which we hope we will have for many years.''

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