King’s royal seal of approval for the Felix Project

The King today visited London’s largest food redistribution charity to see how meals are provided to some of the capital’s most vulnerable people.Charles met with staff, volunteers and Evening Standard proprietor Lord Lebedev at the Felix Project during a tour of its warehouse and kitchens in Poplar, east London.The charity was set up in 2016 to tackle food waste and food poverty by founders Justin and Jane Byam Shaw in memory of their son Felix.