A farmer's daughter has launched a new app, which allows people and businesses to share their leftover food and produce.
Successful businesswoman Tessa Cook says she was fed up with seeing a third of her family's hard work go to waste.
The app OLIO is being launched in Oxford and aims to cut the amount of food ending up in skips, while people go hungry.
Tessa Cook is the founder of OLIO. Anna Pitt, is a food writer and waste campaigner
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