Coffee Roasters Partners With Sussex Charity to Help Feed The Most Vulnerable

Horsham Coffee Roaster partners with charity FareShare Sussex to help provide meals to those who need them most with roughly 20,000 meals per year to be gifted each year.

Sussex-based speciality coffee company Horsham Coffee Roaster has recently partnered with the charity FareShare Sussex to help provide meals to the most vulnerable in society.

The company, which started out life as a trader at the popular Horsham food market, set its sights on sourcing the very best in ethically traded coffee from around the world and delivering it to its growing customer base of coffee enthusiasts.

Horsham Coffee Roaster’s partnership with FareShare Sussex is set to generate approximately 20,000 meals for those who need them most and this will be funded by 5% of all proceeds from the sale of Horsham Coffee Roaster’s Brazilian coffee from the Brazil Inhame farm.

As part of its Work for Good project, charity FareShare Sussex will provide meals to those most in need, which is achieved by using the proceeds from Horsham Coffee Roaster to collect food that might have otherwise gone to waste. This is particularly pertinent in light of the pandemic.

Not only does this provide food for the least fortunate but it also tackles the global issue of food waste. While tonnes and tonnes of food are wasted in the UK every year, millions struggle to come by any of it. The partnership addresses this issue by ending the cycle of poverty, redistributing surplus food, which would otherwise go to waste, to the people that really need it.

The last twelve months have been troublesome for so many people, largely owing to the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent financial hardship people have found themselves in. However, the partnership between Horsham Coffee Roaster and FareShare Sussex will go some way to alleviating that pain through the creation of more than 20,000 meals per annum.

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Name: Bradley Steenkamp
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Address: Horsham Coffee Roaster, The Studio, Howards Nursery, Handcross Road, RH136NX
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