Super Kitchen works through an inspiring idea combined with a tried and tested model: eating together at a mealtime, from one menu, like a family to maximise social benefit, using surplus food to provide environmentally-friendly and affordable, freshly-made meals.

The flexible model of membership encourages all sorts of different groups to have a go at setting up and running social eating spaces. They offer a package that provides the support to set up the space and the day-to-day information groups need, the model to use, the connection to the food, and the confidence in joining a network that puts food safety at the top of the agenda.

Super Kitchens must operate for charitable not commercial purposes and they must agree to uphold our social eating ethos which is about being resourceful with food, cooking with love and welcoming people to join the social eating movement.

What we love about it:

A great example of using the power of food to gather communities together.

More info:

Getting grab bags ready for family funday. Free food every day of the school holidays with much appreciated donations from @Brakes_Food @CathyAmos1 @LACA_UK @Surplus4G @kellow61
Many Thanks to @Brakes_Food @CathyAmos1 @kellow61 Amazing 65 families fed and loads of free food distributed to those in most need over summer holidays. Free meals and food available daily over the summer holidays.
Next Friday 9th November 2018 , the community of #Gainsborough will gather to #remember all of the lives that have been lost in armed conflicts across the world, including those who fought in #WW1. #ThereButNotThere #GainsboroughRemembers
#Social Eating at Warsop Fun Palace using amazing surplus donated by @NACCCaterCare @CathyAmos1 @Kellow61 - Thank you so very much - a great day had by all. #Surplus4Good