Chef Jagger Gordon of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, has created a unique grocery store that allows customers to pay what they can for food.
The shelves of the Feed It Forward store are filled with food and ingredients donated by larger grocery stores, which aren't even allowed to sell the products.
The produce might have a weird shape or a bruise -- despite being perfectly edible. Other products are close to their expiration date -- and still others are donated because it takes up too much room in the warehouse.
So, Feed It Forward stocks it and invites people to take what they need for the day, and pay what they can -- if anything.
The store, clearly, does a lot of good in the community. Not only is it cutting down on food waste, but it's also giving people in need a place to shop so they don't go hungry.
Source: Huffington Post