Foodspeed Policies
Foodspeed has a number of policies in place that govern how the company trades, sources products and manages the environmental impact of the business. These can be viewed via the links below:

Ethical Trading Policy
Environmental Policy
Recycling Policy
Sustainable & Responsible Sourcing Policy~
Modern Slavery Statement

Foodspeed Commitment
We are committed to sourcing local products where possible while always offering choice to our clients. To this end we also purchase products and services from suppliers throughout Europe.

As a socially responsible company, we aim to ensure that our suppliers meet our ethical trading standards so that all products are produced under hygienic and safe working conditions by employees, themselves treated humanely.

We audit our suppliers, checking the origin and specification of all products, where possible ensuring they come from a sustainable source and meet industry-recognised quality assured standards.


Foodspeed is pleased to pursue a policy of social responsibility that extends to donations to selected charitable causes at home and abroad. These are some of the great charities we have supported. Foodspeed has directly donated over £80,000 over the past seven years.

Médecins Sans Frontières
Médecins Sans Frontières works on the frontline in over 60 countries to provide medical care where the need is greatest. MSF is wholly funded by individual donations and is often first on the scene to respond to emergencies from natural disasters to refugee crises. Discover more at www.msf.org.uk

UCLH Macmillan Cancer Centre London
UCLH has been pioneering cancer treatment for over a century. The £100million UCLH Macmillan Cancer Centre opened In April 2012, offering state of the art diagnostics and treatment to cancer patients. The UCLH Charitable Foundation raises funds for key research, building and equipment projects across all UCLH Hospitals. Find out more here.

Hannah Memorial Academy
This charity has built and runs a primary school for under privileged children in a remote part of North East India in memory of Hannah Foster. The school arose from one man’s dream of free education for the poorest children, and his generosity, vision and hard work has achieved it.

FareShare is the UK's national network of charitable food redistributors, made up of 17 independent organisations. Together, FareShare takes good quality surplus food from right across the food industry and delivers it to almost 11,000 frontline charities and community groups. www.fareshare.org.uk

The Felix Project
The Felix Project helps feed local communities in London by rescuing surplus food from the food industry and delivering it to over 350 frontline charities and schools. It provides food for over 19,700 meals a week from its depot in West London and will more than double this capacity via its new Enfield depot. www.thefelixproject.org

The Children's Magical Taxi Tour
A unique annual charity event in which a convoy of licensed London taxis take over 200 children, suffering from a range of chronic debilitating illnesses and life limiting conditions, on a three-day trip of a lifetime to Disneyland Resort Paris.

Action Against Hunger
Founded over 30 years ago, ACF International Action Against Hunger is an international humanitarian organisation committed to ending child hunger. We were pleased to support the charity’s Love Food Give Food campaign. www.actionagainsthunger.org.uk

The Angus Lawson Memorial Trust
The trust makes targeted grants to organisations working towards its shared mission to mitigate the suffering of children worldwide. It builds partnerships with grant recipients offering advice and support, digital and media coverage and fundraising assistance.

Food Cycle
Week in, week out, Food Cycle nourish the hungry and lonely with delicious meals and good conversation, using food that would otherwise go to waste. Its Community Meals and Cook and Collect services in towns and cities nationwide.