Angel Food Bakery is distributing leftover products through waste-prevention app, Olio. The Brighton-based business uploads photographs and descriptions of products to the app, which people in the area can then apply for and collect from the bakery.Olio is a free app that allows neighbours and business to exchange foodstuffs. The app launched in London last summer and recently went live in Brighton and Hove.Claire Tymoshyshyn, manager of Angel Food Bakery, told British Baker: “It’s really good, as sometimes we do just have a few cakes left over and we don’t have time to hand them over to homeless people.”The bakery is giving away its product for free, but does ask for a voluntary donation, some of which goes to animal rescue charity Sussex Pet Rescue.Tymoshyshyn said: “What we do is ask for a small donation depending on the size of the box we have. Half goes on the packaging and the rest to charity.“It’s a nice way to give something back. We’re not just saving cakes from the bin, but donating to charity as well.”In the future, Tymoshyshyn hopes to prevent even more waste by exchanging unwanted ingredients with other local business, such as egg yolks left over from macaron production.
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Barcelona lead the group after their 7-0 spanking of Scottish champions Celtic.It has been a most productive last 10 days for Iheanacho after he got off to a great start with the match winner for Nigeria in an AFCON qualifier against Tanzania.He will then grab the match winner for City against United in the Manchester Derby and ensured his club’s perfect start to the new Premier season.In another UEFA Champions League clash, Nigeria forward Ahmed Musa came off the bench in the 70th minute for Jamie Vardy as Leicester City thumped hosts Club Brugge 3-0.RESULTSMan City 4-0 M’gladbachLeverkusen 2-2 CSKATottenham 1-2 MonacoLegia 0-6 DortmundC’Brugge 0-3 LeicesterFC Porto 1-1 CopenhagenJuventus 0-0 SevillaLyon 3-0 D’ZagrebShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Man City hammers M’gladbach 4-0Kelechi Iheanacho scored his first UEFA Champions League goal as Manchester City walloped Borussia Monchengladbach 4-0 a rescheduled game last night.Iheanacho was a late sub for hat-trick hero Sergio Aguero, who appeared to come off with a left thigh injury.The Nigeria star was set up a minute into added time by another sub Leroy Sane. He freed himself from his marker before he fired home with his favoured left foot from the top of the six-yard box.
The 2019 college football postseason schedule features 40 bowl games between FBS teams, with the finale at the national title game on Jan. 13 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. This year’s semifinal games will be on Dec. 28.Sporting News has projections for all 40 bowl games here, and they will be updated each week during the college football season. Our projections heading into Week 13 of the college football season:Week 13 college football bowl projectionsDateBowlTeamsDec. 20Makers Wanted Bahamas BowlMiami (Ohio) vs. Louisiana TechDec. 20DXL Frisco BowlWestern Michigan vs. TempleDec. 21New Mexico BowlWestern Kentucky vs. Utah StateDec. 21AutoNation Cure BowlAppalachian State vs. CincinnatiDec. 21Cheribundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton BowlFAU vs. TulaneDec. 21Raycom Media Camellia BowlToledo vs. Georgia StateDec. 21Mitsubishi Motors Las Vegas BowlBoise State vs. Oregon StateDec. 21R&L Carriers New Orleans BowlUAB vs. LouisianaDec. 23Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla BowlSouthern Miss vs. SMUDec. 24SoFi Hawai’i BowlBYU vs. HawaiiDec. 26Walk-On’s Independence BowlKentucky vs. MiamiDec. 26Quick Lane BowlMichigan State vs. North CarolinaDec. 27Military Bowl Presented by Northrop GrummanMarshall* vs. UCFDec. 27New Era Pinstripe BowlIllinois vs. LouisvilleDec. 27Academy Sports and Outdoors Texas BowlTexas vs. Boston College*Dec. 27SDCU Holiday BowlCal vs. IowaDec. 27Cheez-It BowlUCLA vs. Iowa StateDec. 28Camping World BowlKansas State vs. Virginia TechDec. 30SERVPRO First Responders BowlTCU vs. Wyoming*Dec. 30Franklin American Mortgage Music City BowlWashington State vs. PittDec. 30Redbox BowlWashington vs. IndianaDec. 31Belk BowlMississippi State vs. Florida StateDec. 31Hyundai Sun BowlArizona State vs. Wake ForestDec. 31AutoZone Liberty BowlOklahoma State vs. TennesseeDec. 31Valero Alamo BowlUSC vs. BaylorDec. 31NOVA Home Loans Arizona BowlArkansas State vs. Air ForceJan. 1Outback BowlAuburn vs. MichiganJan. 1Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus BowlFlorida vs. WisconsinJan. 2Birmingham BowlCharlotte* vs. Liberty*Jan. 2TaxSlayer BowlTexas A&M vs. Penn StateJan. 3Famous Idaho Potato BowlCentral Michigan vs. San Diego StateJan. 4Lockheed Martin Armed Forces BowlNevada* vs. NavyJan. 6Mobile Alabama BowlOhio vs. Georgia Southern*No conference tie-in to bowlCollege Football Playoff/New Year’s Day 6 projectionsDec. 28Goodyear Cotton BowlNotre Dame vs. MemphisDec. 30Capital One Orange BowlVirginia vs. GeorgiaJan. 1Rose BowlMinnesota vs. UtahJan. 1Allstate Sugar BowlAlabama vs. OklahomaDec. 28PlayStation Fiesta BowlClemson vs. Ohio StateDec. 28Chick-fil-A Peach BowlLSU vs. OregonCollege Football Playoff championship projectionJan. 13College Football Playoff championshipLSU vs. Ohio State Which one-loss team do we have playing the Tigers? For now, it’s still Oregon ahead of Georgia, Oklahoma and Alabama. There are three weeks left to figure it out, and anything can happen with those teams.MORE: Week 13 Playoff picture Sporting News’ Week 13 bowl projections are here in time for the third set of College Football Playoff rankings, which will be unveiled on Tuesday.Sporting News’ Playoff picture has not changed despite the season-ending injury to Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, but the scramble among the one-loss teams for that final Playoff spot is too close to call. We have unbeaten teams Ohio State and Clemson in the Fiesta Bowl semifinal, and undefeated LSU is still in the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl semifinal.