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  • An ethical pay-as-you-feel café
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An ethical pay-as-you-feel café

Based in Leeds, the Pay-As-You-Feel Café has neither a conventional payment structure nor menu. Every dish is created using out-of-date ingredients that have been discarded by other businesses, and customers pay what they want for their food in the form of a donation.

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