Leading UK baby food brand, Babease, which uses 100% organic ingredients, has this week donated 26,857 meals to London charities through City Harvest.

City Harvest was launched in 2014 to collect nutritious surplus food from manufacturers, suppliers, and retailers and offer free delivery to 350+ London charities feeding those facing food poverty.

Recipient groups include homeless shelters, hostels, soup kitchens, mental health charities, community kitchens, schools, children’s programmes and domestic abuse refuges.

Working with Babease, London charities have this week benefitted from 11.28 tonnes of organic premium weaning products.

Babease Director Dee Stirling commented: “The team at Babease were committed to not letting this wonderful, healthy food go to waste and we are delighted to be able to support City Harvest with their incredible work.”

City Harvest which tripled in size in 2020, rescues food, people, and planet by preventing food waste and is now distributing more than 1 million meals per month.

Food sourcing manager, Lewis McGivern commented: “City Harvest surplus food donor, Babease, has donated 11.2 tonnes of high-quality, nourishing Babease baby food pouches since the beginning of our partnership in December 2021, and has already had a significant impact on our network of London charities. Babease products are a quick and easy source of fruit & vegetables for both adults and children and are ideal for so many of our charity partners who feed young families facing food poverty. Thank you so much for your ongoing support, we look forward to working together further throughout 2022.”