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The Wybone Food Donation Bin is the ideal unit for food donation, all protected by a galvanised steel lid and base with a polythene transparent body that allows the contents to be seen.
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The Food Donation Bin
The Food Donation Bin has been designed for the collection of non-perishable food donations, with a large aperture to deposit larger food items. This donation bin has a galvanised steel lid and base; a very durable type of steel with rust and corrosion-resistant features. All in all, you’ll have a reliable donation bin that’ll last for a long time. The Food Donation Bin also includes a polythene transparent body so you and the public can see exactly what and how much food has been donated.
You can choose from a 120-litre or 160-litre bin with a large, rectangular aperture. We wanted to allow people to donate high volumes of food without having to worry about the size of the food packaging. That’s right, you can even donate the biggest cereal box you can find!
You can have your Food Donation Bin custom to you and your business. Choose from A4 or A3 food-specific artwork, or even bespoke artwork of your choosing. The donation bin also comes in several different colours.
All of our products come with a 1 year parts and labour guarantee as standard.
Our Galvanised steel products feature a 10 year anti-perforation warranty as standard. This guarantees the surface of our products from rusting through completely.
We manufacture all of our products from scratch at our factory in South Yorkshire. Each item is handcrafted to the highest specification, with lots of Wybone TLC.
We estimate that this item will be with you within 3 weeks from receipt of payment. Large quantity orders may be subject to an extended lead time during busy periods.
Orders placed before 1PM are processed the same working day, otherwise they are processed the next working day.
You can access and empty the Food Donation Bin seamlessly, using the lift-off lid on top of the unit. We can provide extra security to your unit by adding a lock. If you’re wanting additional security options, please get in touch with our sales team at [email protected]
To donate food, you’ll need to make sure they’re non-perishable. These can be defined by packaged or shelved foods that can be stored at room temperature for a prolong period of time without spoiling.
These can include:
You cannot donate perishable foods to food banks, these are foods that must be consumed in a short period of time to avoid them spoiling.
If you’re looking to donate food, you won’t have to look far. You can donate food at your local food bank and at most UK supermarkets like Sainsburys and Lidl. Donation points can also include churches and businesses. A quick Google search will let you know exactly where you need to go.
There are designated food banks that have drop-off points for food donation, a quick Google search will let you know if there is one near you.
Plenty of UK supermarkets now have food donation points, and these can often be found past the tills once payment has been made. If you’re unsure, a shop floor assistant will always be able to point you in the right direction.
If you’re an online shopper, some supermarkets allow you to select appropriate food items to send for donation.
Food banks do not accept foods that have gone beyond their best-before date. It’s important to ensure that you check the expiration dates of food you wish to donate. This is especially important if you’re donating food from your home instead of donating food straight from the supermarket.
© 2019 Wybone Ltd