I am the volunteer coordinator at Real Junk Food Manchester. We are a not for profit organisation and we rely on people who can afford to give doing so. It's really unhelpful to have an advert that suggests that we are here to give out free food. Ideally we would suggest people support us by giving what they can. We promote ourselves as a pay-as-you-feel restaurant. Also our food is intercepted before it it thrown out but there is nothing wrong with it. It is not going to be thrown out because it is not pretty. Much of our food is the same as that you would buy in a supermarket and often has weeks, months or years till its best buy date. We appreciate the support and passion of the volunteer who wrote the original post and love the wonderful things they said about us but it is important that the information is correct.
And hopefully they won’t, but that’s a risk the pay as you feel cafe has taken.
Will pop in a couple weeks when kids are off and try it out
But my point is this is Hotukdeals Most users are cheapskates, I feel like a lot for users will a abuse this and be greedy when they don't need it Have you seen Wuntu and O2 deals? People complain about paying £3 for a pizza or a pasta dish from restaurant