Herefordshire Food Charter. Healthy food for people, place and planet

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The Pedicargo gang are now trialling food waste collection and feeding this beast - the Tidy Planet Rocket Composter.  The rocket speedily breaks down food waste (collected by bike) into nutrient and microbe packed compost that can be put back into the soil right in the city it came from!

Do you know other food waste initiatives in other parts of Herefordshire?   Join the alliance and we can link it all up!

Pedicargo are also looking for more staff:


Pedicargo is built on a team of solid all rounders. This position will include all of the day to day operational tasks that the company does; delivery work, collection jobs, hauling recycling and helping to run a bike share scheme.  The ALL ROUNDER post is a part time role 2-4 shifts a week (including occasional weekend cover) starting at 08:50 and finishing around 13:00. There will be opportunities for more shifts, hours and responsibility in the future.


Pedicargo workers are self motivated, keen to work in all weathers and identify with the company values – FUN – GREEN – HONEST.  We have a small, loyal, strong team and we need adaptable individuals, who can rise to a challenge, to help us grow.

To apply send us an email telling us why YOU should be the next member of the team - attach a c.v

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Who we Are

The Herefordshire Food Charter is an initiative of the Herefordshire Food Alliance, a network of individuals and organisations from across the county involved in local, community and sustainable food action.

The Alliance is a member of the national Sustainable Food Places network and is co-ordinated by New Leaf Sustainable Development with support from Herefordshire Council and Sustainable Food Places.

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