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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeDobbies garden centre has partnered with an app to help prevent food waste.It is the first garden centre in the UK to do this, partnering with the app Too Good To Go in its Stratford Upon Avon, Rugby and Atherstone stores.Too Good To Go lets people buy surplus food and drink from restaurants, grocery stores, pubs and producers to stop it from going to waste.Consumers simply download the free Too Good To Go app and search for nearby businesses with unsold produce. They then purchase a ‘Magic Bag’ and collect it at an allotted time.Customers in Stratford Upon Avon, Rugby and Atherstone are able purchase a Magic Bag in the Dobbies foodhall, filled with surplus food that would ordinarily go to waste. With an RRP of 12 14, the Magic Bags are available to buy for 3.99.Read MoreIs this the best burger in Coventry and Warwickshire? We deliver our verdictArchie Stewart, head of food at Dobbies, said: “Our partnership with Too Good To Go is an innovative solution for customers and Dobbies to work together on a shared goal of reducing food waste.”The Too Good To Go Magic Bags can be collected with ease from our Stratford Upon Avon, Rugby and Atherstone stores.”As well as Stratford Upon Avon, Rugby and Atherstone, Too Good To Go Magic Bags are available at other stores across the UK.Paschalis Loucaides, UK country manager at Too Good To Go, said: “We’re thrilled to have partnered with Dobbies and help reduce food waste.NewsallMost ReadMost RecentBannerbrook ParkCops swoop on home in 2am drug raidOne man was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to supply class A drugs’Super Mario’ ecstasy dealer used bitcoin to buy dark web drugs but was snared by Royal MailCourtsDylan Bailey used his own name and address, leading police to his Nuneaton doorstepWhen will Lockdown 3 end? Key dates and everything you need to know in coronavirus fightCoronavirusEverything you need to know about Boris Johnson’s plans to get the UK back up and runningArgos returning to Nuneaton town centre in new locationNuneatonThe firm has confirmed a new store will be opening by the Spring timeDangerous ex took gun on terror spree to track down former lover and new partnerCourtsTaylor Doherty turned up at an innocent student’s home in the city and held a gun to their head.

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