Rejected supermarket food feeds 5,000
Wonky carrots, misshapen potatoes and tonnes of food rejected by the supermarkets are to be used to give 5,000 people a free lunch.
The event in Trafalgar Square in London aims to prove that a lot of the food binned in the UK could have been eaten.
Official figures released this week suggest the average British family wastes £680 worth of food a year.
Organisers want people to sign a pledge promising to reduce their food waste and asking businesses to do the same.
Campaigner, Tristram Stuart says we are currently wasting around a third of the world's food supply.