We are delighted to welcome The FoodCloud Kitchen team to Richmond Barracks each Friday from 10 am to 3 pm.
Their menu has been created using seasonal ingredients sourced from FoodCloud's suppliers and changes weekly.
Chef Ralph Utto and team demonstrate how surplus food is transformed into spectacular dishes, serving a delicious menu with a generous side of social impact - all profits generated from FoodCloud Kitchen are reinvested into FoodCloud’s core activities, redistributing surplus food to over 600 community and voluntary organisations across the country.
So whether you are working from home, enjoying the gardens, attending a workshop or visiting Inchicore library, you can enjoy a sustainably prepared meal, or McCabe’s organic coffee and a bun, knowing you’re helping the planet too.
FoodCloud is a not for profit social enterprise (Charity of the Year 2022) working to tackle the twin issues of food waste and food security by redistributing surplus food from the food industry to a network of charity and community partners.
To date, FoodCloud has redistributed the equivalent of 201.3 million meals, 84,555 tonnes of surplus food across their two solutions in Ireland and internationally. By avoiding this food going to landfill, 270,576 tonnes of Co2-equivalent has been avoided.
Posted 24 March 2023
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