TV chef backs Love Food Hate Waste in Dorset


Valentine Warner - photo courtesy of Jake Gavin (large version)Valentine Warner, well-known for his TV work on programmes such as “What to eat now” and “Ration Book Britain”, is supporting our Love Food Hate Waste campaign.

He recently entertained a packed audience at the Dorchester Corn Exchange organised in aid of the Children’s Society. Cooking up a host of delicious and unique dishes like razor clams with chorizo and venison (or roe deer) curry, he also found time to visit our Love Food Hate Waste rescue recipes stand.

He said: “Love Food Hate Waste is a really effective campaign to help people throw less food away and save money.

“I’m always shocked at how much food is wasted and this must cost families a lot of money. The website is full of incredibly useful advice to help reduce food waste and it even has an impressive range of recipes to give people ideas for using up their leftovers.”

Find out more about Love Food Hate Waste.



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