Ashford Foodbank staff hope to win backing from supermarkets Staff at a new Ashford foodbank are desperately trying to get local supermarkets on their side.
Mark Reece said the church organisation are being supported locally by producer Premier Foods, but is having trouble convincing the big supermarkets of the coach factory sale benefit. Ashford Foodbank distributed its first parcels coach outlet handbags kooba in March, and is now food around 10 people a week including young children. Organisers expect this figure to grow five or sixfold. The number of foodbanks around the country has increased as the economic situation has got worse. He is calling on the major companies to allow the Ashford Foodbank to put a box or trolley at the front of their supermarkets so customers can donate something as they leave the store. Currently, they are relying on local churchgoers and others to make donations directly. Premier Foods in Ashford, which produces Cup a Soup, Pasta 'n' Sauce, Savoury Rice, Paxo, Bisto and McDougal products has backed the group and they hope to eventually win over coach outlet stores factory stores the supermarkets. Mr Reece said: "What are hoping is that as we become established we will approach them again and they will be more coach outlet online clearance tempted. "They are supporting other foodbanks around the country, so there are relationships, but we are new to this town.
"It's an absolute no brainer for the supermarkets. If one gets on board with us, it will encourage the church congregations to go there and spend, and they get plenty of good news stories published.".
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