A cafe which serves food which might otherwise be thrown away is said to be flourishing in Leeds.
The Real Junk Food Project in Armley serves meals created from ingredients which have been donated from a variety of sources - including restaurants and supermarkets.
It's staffed by volunteers and is thought to be the first of its kind in the country. Diners are just asked for donations.
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