Camelot to give 100th Nifties customer £100 on Saturday 22nd July | Guardian partnership

Nifties help cut down on the amounts of food waste in the UK. On Sat July 22nd Edward Fenner, Camelot's South East Regional Director, will be in store to sell stock and give the 100th customer £100.

Nifties have been making waves across the media for their social supermarket enterprise that cuts down on the extraordinary amounts of food waste in the UK. On Saturday Edward Fenner, Camelot's South East Regional Director, will be in store to sell stock and give the 100th customer £100.

About Nifties
This social enterprise in Kent, recycles short life food and drink to the general public at wholesale pricing. Nifties recently featured in the Telegraph, where they quoted a Wrap report published in January revealing that the estimated amount of household food waste in 2015 was 7.3 million tonnes, up from 7 million tonnes in 2012. It is clear that food waste is something that needs to be addressed.

Nathaniel from Nifties believes that his concept could make a dent on this dire situation and he is determined to bring this concept to other cities across the UK in the near future.

With Camelot being a low cost accommodation solution, we understand how financially squeezed our Guardians can be in this ever increasing rental market. So we recently partnered with this innovative enterprise to offer our Guardians a further 20% discount from the store. If you’re interested in becoming a Guardian, view our available properties here.

Volunteering from Camelot
This Saturday, July 22nd 2017, our Regional Director for Camelot South East will be heading down to Nifties in Dover to offer his time selling stock. In addition he will be giving away £100 to the 100th customer in store. £100 in Nifties could certainly go a long way – could this be you?

If you’re in the area come along and say hello – visit the store: Nifties, 47 High St, Dover CT16 1EB, UK.

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