Eversheds supports World Food Day by encouraging contributions to food banks

Eversheds has supported World Food Day by encouraging colleagues to bring in food items for their local food bank or relevant charity.

‘Sustainable food systems for food security and nutrition’ was the focus of World Food Day, which took place on 16 October 2013.

Eversheds showed its support by bringing in at least one item of food. Among the items collected were suggested donations of: milk (UHT or powdered); sugar (500g); tea bags; instant coffee; biscuits; soup; pasta; pasta sauces; tinned tomatoes; tinned meat/fish; instant mash; rice; tinned vegetables/fruit; cereals; fruit juice (cartons); rice pudding (tinned); sponge pudding (tinned); and jam.

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