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20-12-2020, 18:50   #1
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What to do with unwanted food, Dublin Northside?

Hi, it was a toss up to post this here or in the food section, hope this is OK here?

My mother was given 2 hampers she does not need. It's mostly stuff like pasta, cereal, sauces, biscuits etc all long BB dates and 'ambient' as I believe they say in th retail business.

Any charities take this kinda stuff?
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Any charities take this kinda stuff?

Vincent's would probably take it
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Local clergy might know of people could be doing with it.
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Supermarkets often have food collections at this time of year, usually a trolley is left near the exit for items to be dropped in.
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SVDP Annual Food Appeal.

https://www.svp.ie/appeal-2018/givin...ints.aspx#EAST
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Perfect! And I happen to be going to one of the locations today
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