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‘Giving back to the community is what makes Norwich special’ - Figbar to collaborate with city foodbank

Jaime and Stephanie Garbutt, owners of Figbar in Norwich offering desserts only menu. PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

Jaime and Stephanie Garbutt, owners of Figbar in Norwich offering desserts only menu. PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

Dessert-only restaurant, Figbar, have announced they are teaming up with the Norwich foodbank.

The St John Maddermarket establishment will donate £1 from every one of their signature plated Snickers dessert sold, to the charity.

Norwich foodbank provides crisis food parcels to thousands of people across Norwich each year.

Figbar owner and chef, Jamie Garbutt, said: “We are so happy to be able to support the Norwich foodbank who assist so many in need.

“Giving back to the community is part of what makes Norwich such a special place and fosters the community-minded spirit that makes us so proud to be residents here.”

Norwich foodbank Project Manager, Hannah Worsley, added: “This collaboration between Figbar and ourselves, bridges the gap between those who can afford a little luxury and those who can’t - it’s such a brilliant idea and we’re very grateful for the partnership!

“We hope others around the city and further afield, partnering with their local foodbank, might be inspired to do something similar.”


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