Too Good To Waste Oxfordshire was launched by Oxfordshire County Council  and part  funded by the ERDF, with support from the following organisations. Our thanks to them all for their continued support throughout the campaign


Oxfordshire County Council

Oxfordshire County Council are funding the Too Good To Waste Oxfordshire project which sits alongside the Foodwise project. Food Waste Recycling in Oxfordshire has been successful at a household level and there is hope that restaurants will benefit from the success and implementation of the Too Good To Waste Oxfordshire campaign.


‘The Too Good To Waste Oxfordshire’ project is part financed by the European Regional Development Fund Programme 2007 to 2013.The Department for Communities and Local Government is the managing authorityfor the European Regional Development Fund Programme, which is one of the funds
established by the European Commission to help local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support local businesses and create jobs. For more information visit


LCMB are delivering the project management aspect of the campaign and are working alongside OCC to implement this project throughout Oxfordshire. LCMB is recognised as a key player in providing project management solutions and are experienced in deploying solutions to reduce customer costs. The Too Good To Waste Oxfordshire project was developed by LCMB and Oxfordshire County Council in order to reduce food waste across Oxfordshire and reduce costs for participating restaurants.


Too Good To Waste was launched by The Sustainable Restaurant Association in London in 2011. The SRA is a not-for-profit membership organisation helping restaurants to become more sustainable and diners make more sustainable choices when eating out. They assist their member restaurants to source food more sustainably, manage resources more efficiently and meet their social responsibilities.


The Foodwise project led by Oxfordshire County Council aims to help 250 SMEs, located across the South East, who are working in or serving/supplying the hospitality sector to make cost savings and improve their environmental track record on purchasing, preparing and disposing of food.
A ‘cradle to grave’ approach will be taken, looking at smarter methods for the procurement of food products, sustainable practices in the kitchen and the recycling of food waste to create a ‘closed loop’ activity.


Love Food Hate Waste

Love Food Hate Waste, part of WRAP, was established to raise awareness of the need to reduce food waste throughout the UK. The Too Good To Waste Oxfordshire project is supported by Love Food Hate Waste.

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Good Food Oxford

Good Food Oxford is a network for a better food system in Oxford, working together for healthy, fair, sustainable and tasty food.


Bio Pac

Biopac is the leading UK developer and supplier of eco-friendly packaging and catering disposables and are the suppliers of our 100% biodegradable and compostable ‘take me home’ box. The boxes are manufactured and printed in the UK by Biopac.


WRAP is a government funded not for Profit Company limited by guarantee, set up with an independent board to promote resource efficiency. They were created in 2000 to help recycling take off in the UK and to create a market for recycled materials.