ReFood to exhibit at NRB22

15 February, 22

ReFood, the UK’s leading food waste recycler, is set to exhibit at this year’s Northern Restaurant & Bar show (NRB22). Taking place at Manchester Central (15-16 March), the event will bring together more than 300 operators and suppliers from across the hospitality sector, promoting ideas, innovation and inspiration.

On stand B29, ReFood will promote its closed-loop, end-to-end food waste recycling service, which helps hospitality and foodservice organisations reduce their carbon footprint, improve their green credentials and lower their food waste disposal costs by up to 50%.

Safe, secure and dependable, the ReFood solution sees unwanted food waste recycled into renewable energy and sustainable biofertiliser at the company’s three state-of-the-art anaerobic digestion facilities in Widnes, Doncaster and Dagenham. ReFood also provides customers with a complimentary bin swap service, which sees full bins swapped with clean, sanitised replacements – allowing customers to hygienically use bins in kitchen areas and separate waste at source.

Philip Simpson, commercial director at ReFood, commented: “With food accounting for a high percentage of hospitality and foodservice waste, we’re committed to providing businesses nationwide with an environmentally-friendly alternative to landfill disposal.

“Working in close partnership with each of our customers, we provide a hassle-free, flexible service to suit exacting requirements. As the UK market leader, we set the standards in food waste recycling and give complete peace of mind when it comes to biosecurity and traceability.

“We’re looking forward to exhibiting at this year’s NRB show and discussing our food waste recycling solutions with visitors. The event provides the perfect platform to showcase our capabilities and promote both the financial and environmental benefits of diverting waste away from landfill.”

For more information about ReFood, visit, or meet the team on stand B29 at this year’s NRB22.

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