Spare Snacks produce snacks that taste good & do good: for people, producers & the planet. They transform surplus food into sweet and crunchy crisps, preventing food waste piling up in landfill.
Their snacks contain no-added sugar, nothing artificial and are one of your 5-a-day, making them ideal for kids. They also work with WRAP to ensure their packaging is as eco-friendly as possible. All packaging is 100% recyclable. ♻️
All profits from Spare Snacks sales go back into transforming more surplus fruit into tasty snacks, whilst continuing to raise awareness of the magnitude of the food waste problem in the UK.
A snapshot of Spare Snacks's sustainability journey so far.
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