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Joseph Joseph - Stack 4 Food Waste Caddy with filter- Blue - £13.50 with code + £3 delivery
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Joseph Joseph - Stack 4 Food Waste Caddy with filter- Blue - £13.50 with code + £3 delivery

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Posted 25th Jan

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This clever food caddy has been carefully designed to help reduce the smell from collected food waste. It has a unique, ventilated design that allows air to enter and circulate inside the caddy, which helps to reduce moisture - the main cause of unpleasant odours from decomposing food.

The Stack 4 food caddy features a replaceable odour filter in the lid that works in tandem with the fresh air to help trap any smells that do occur. It has an easy-clean polypropylene body, a flip-top lid and a sturdy stainless steel carry handle.

A liner-retaining hole inside ensures any liners stay in place and the rim of the removable lid hides any untidy bag overhang.

Perfect for storing on a kitchen worktop, it is also compatible with our Stack recycling separation system. Custom-fit, compostable liners (IW2) are available separately for the perfect fit.

Wash by hand with hot, soapy water.

Capacity: 4 litres (1 US gallon).

Dimensions: W23 x D20 x H16 cm (W9 x D7¾ x H6¼ inches)
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Looks cool but in my family this would be full after one lunch so has to be emptied daily regardless .
no offence OP

Why would i want to buy something i got for free?


My city council provided the whole city with a free green coloured food waste bin each, Similar to this (and a roll of free compostable bags to use with it and free replacement supply of bags when you need them) when when the whole garden waste/ recycling phase took off
kobrakaan25/01/2020 20:00

no offence OP Why would i want to buy something i got for free? My city …no offence OP Why would i want to buy something i got for free? My city council provided the whole city with a free green coloured food waste bin each, Similar to this (and a roll of free compostable bags to use with it and free replacement supply of bags when you need them) when when the whole garden waste/ recycling phase took off


This is designed to be indoors and reduce smells. The ones councils give are terrible and cheap. Heat OP!
Says code not valid but I’m buying anyway. Hot!
Home Bargains had the Addis caddies in for £3 last week. Need one for collecting used coffee grounds.
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KamakazieAl25/01/2020 20:01

This is designed to be indoors and reduce smells. The ones councils give …This is designed to be indoors and reduce smells. The ones councils give are terrible and cheap. Heat OP!


Ive got a chocolate teapot for sale .....
Would have bought but voucher not valid
KamakazieAl25/01/2020 20:01

This is designed to be indoors and reduce smells. The ones councils give …This is designed to be indoors and reduce smells. The ones councils give are terrible and cheap. Heat OP!


I'll second that. We are given brown food bins which get thrown about by the bin men, I wouldn't wan to keep that in my house with week old food rotting away in it.

I have a small bin like this in the house (a 6l Brabantia one, £13) which clips on the inside of one of my kitchen cupboard doors, I empty it every couple of days.
kobrakaan25/01/2020 20:00

no offence OP Why would i want to buy something i got for free? My city …no offence OP Why would i want to buy something i got for free? My city council provided the whole city with a free green coloured food waste bin each, Similar to this (and a roll of free compostable bags to use with it and free replacement supply of bags when you need them) when when the whole garden waste/ recycling phase took off


My council started charging £40/year hor green bin collection. Compostable bags - no free supply.
Just example, councils have different policies on this.
best not to waste any food, we never have any cooked food to throw out, only peelings for the garden compost.
mcek26/01/2020 08:06

best not to waste any food, we never have any cooked food to throw out, …best not to waste any food, we never have any cooked food to throw out, only peelings for the garden compost.


Absolutely agree... either myself or hubby will finish up the kids leftovers and hubby will always finish up anything that I have left.... only after this will he decide on seconds. Any remaining food that hasn't been served will be kept for lunch or dinner the following day.
mcek26/01/2020 08:06

best not to waste any food, we never have any cooked food to throw out, …best not to waste any food, we never have any cooked food to throw out, only peelings for the garden compost.


Bizarre comment. That doesn't negate the need for a food waste caddy.

What about egg shells, trimmed fat, fish heads and bones, coffee grounds, peelings of course, etc.

Unless one is vegan then there's generally a need for a food waste caddy.

Food waste is massively over exaggerated I feel. I expect much of so called food waste is actually peelings and normal off cuts.

Many people don't have a garden or garden compost. This goes to local composting etc.

As for this caddy, it's good, looks smart. Much nicer than the free ones from local authorities.

Unless you spend nothing on your kitchen why would you use something that works less well and certainly looks worse? I guess you'd save a few quid, but yeah.
Edited by: "Shinoke" 31st Jan
Price is now £30 and EXTRA10 does not work
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