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Case Study 6: Lucie’s Pantry - Emmaus Salford


Providing meal kits in Salford with the collection point at Lucie’s Pantry at Emmaus Salford

Intended Outcomes

Offering greater choice to the people who are members of Lucie’s Pantry, a social supermarket distributing food from FareShare.


From Rachel Richardson, Community Director a

t Emmaus Salford: We’re really pleased to be partnering with The Good Food Bag and extending the range of services we offer from Lucie’s Pantry.

Meal kits have become really popular during the past year as people look to add variety to their weekly menu. By becoming a collection point for The Good Food Bag, we hope to help Salford residents vary their diets and have fun whilst cooking something new.

Key Benefits

  • Increased choice in local offer

  • Increased footfall in the supermarket & charity shop

  • Cooking skills

  • Budgeting skills

  • Increased cooking confidence

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