Waste not, want not… creating meals from surplus food to share with those who need it.

Born out of the Covid 19 crisis, BATCH aims to connect with the growing number of people in our community who are socially isolated, struggling to make ends meet and are experiencing food poverty. From our communal kitchen in Worthing, our team of talented volunteers regularly batch cook donated surplus food, which would otherwise go to waste, into delicious, nutritious home-cooked meals

In a typical session, we usually cook, pack and deliver about 300 meals to our Adur and Worthing neighbours. The atmosphere is always a bit ‘ready, steady, cook’— 24 hours before the cook-up, we have no idea what ingredients we’ll get, or what we’ll make!

If you love to cook, hate food waste and want to be part of a worthwhile community project, join us and become a FoodPioneer. We’re always on the look-out for new volunteers. No experience necessary — just a willingness to pitch in, a dash of team spirit and a pinch of kitchen craftiness. (Oh…and your own apron too!)

If you or someone you know would like receive our meals please get in contact.

If you’re a local restaurant, food outlet or food producer, how about creating your own special BATCH of meals for our neighbours, as a one-off or even regular project? (And give our hard-working volunteers a day off!)

To find more about how you can support BATCH click on the Be a FoodPioneer link below, or call Amy on 07861 684608

Be a FoodPioneer