Ever since Christina McBeth was a young girl, she has been passionate about social issues. Helping others, sustainability and her hate of waste created the ideal platform to start a food rescue initiative. In the
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Nourished for Nil's food rescue mission wouldn't be possible without the generous support of our food sponsors. One of these being Havelock North icecreamery Melt & Co. Melt & Co is located at Shop 14
The community rallied together in support of Nourished for Nil last week after the front door to its depot was damaged. About $900 was donated to the non-for-profit food rescue organisation after founder Christina McBeth
On Thursday 17th August, we hosted our first Fundraiser, A Rescued Plate, at the Little Black Bird cafe on Market Street in Hastings. It was a RESOUNDING success! We raised nearly $3,000, had 65 supporters
Here's an update about the Food Rescue going on at Nourished for Nil. Thanks to Brian our produce coordinator, who spends the better part of a 40 hour work week at our depot organising, picking
The Artisan is located at 110 Queen Street East, Hastings, suppliers of Havana coffee, a great selection of freshly baked artisan bread and pastries, and a mouthwatering display of sweet treats in the cabinets. Located
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Little Black Bird is located at 108 Market Street South, Hastings. With a focus on creating good, honest food, using fresh, local ingredients Little Black Bird has a tonne of 5-star reviews on Facebook and
Moori (left above) is one of Nourished for Nil’s amazing volunteers. Originally from our awesome region, Moori spent a few years overseas and moved back about four years ago. Moori is described by one of
In its first two weeks Nourished for Nil gave away 690 items of food, plus 40 kilograms of fruit and vegetables, all destined for landfill. Hawke's Bay's new food re-direction service opened its doors, or