Located at The HUB on Armley Town Street in Leeds, United Kingdom, the pay-as-you-feel cafe is a project launched by the Real Junk Food Project, a social enterprise much like FoodCycle that works to take care of food waste and repurpose it.
What is interesting about the emerging innovations of cafes where there aren't required prices is that there have been studies that show that the people who can afford it tend to pay more than they normally would, making it so that profits aren't necessarily stagnant as you might expect if you have a pessimistic point of view.
The Real Junk Food Project website
The Pay-As-You-Feel cafe at The HUB on Facebook
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