A POP-UP shop in East Oxford which saves food from going into the bin is in need of extra donations.
Monday Shop has been selling fresh, locally-grown, fruit and veg to residents popping by the East Oxford Community Centre since October 2014.
Volunteers at the weekly food co-op sell leftover food from the city's farmers' markets, which would have otherwise ended up in the bin, to save it from going to waste.
Co-founder Richard Hammond said the team is seeking more fruit and veg and is inviting residents to drop by to swap their produce for other fresh food.
He added: "It's exciting to see how far Monday Shop has come in the last 12 months. We are keen to expand now, gain more produce and more customers as well. Education and awareness around food waste and healthy eating are our core aims and we hope to develop these more in the near future."
The team at Monday Shop aim to provide organic food to more in the city by letting customers donate what they can for the food.
They also offer organic eggs, bread from Wheatley's Cornfield bakery, as well as tea and cake, between 4pm and 7.30pm at the Princes Street centre.