Norwich Pret A Manger shops on the hunt for homeless charities to support
- Credit: Pret A Manger
Pret A Manger's Norwich-based stores are seeking new charities to support in the city.
As part of the chain's commitment to helping 'alleviate the pressures of homelessness in the UK', the Norwich shops are searching for charities to donate unsold food to at the end of each day.
Over the past year the scheme has seen over three million food items delivered to hostels and shelters across the UK.
Pret's Norwich shops, at 11 Haymarket and intu Chapelfield, already donate to the Salvation Army.
Juanita Cracchiolo, Pret Foundation Trust Manager, said: 'We would love to be contacted by any organisations who feel they could benefit from collecting fresh, unsold food from our Norwich shops.
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'It makes us proud to know that the food we make is not only enjoyed by customers, but is also donated to very worthwhile places.'
Interested charities should contact the Pret Foundation Trust via email@example.com
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