10p supermarket that sells 'damaged' food and groceries nearing their best-before-dates goes national with an online store where savvy shoppers can fill their cupboards for a fiver 

Mail Online | 1/10/2017 | Mark Duell for MailOnline
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A supermarket which started selling items for 10p to stamp out food waste has opened up a second store and is now taking online orders.

Revolutionary 'social supermarket' Niftie's - where you can fill your cupboards for just £5 - has proved a big success since it opened last July in Dover, Kent.

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Shelves were emptied in hours at the store where essentials are sold at very low cost because they are classed as 'damaged' or nearing their best before date.

Six months later they are now preparing to open a second branch in Ramsgate and have launched a website to make the food bargains available nationwide.

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With most products costing between 10p and 70p - the shop beats prices at popular discount stores by up to 90p.

The project was launched by entrepreneur Nathaniel Richards, 26, who was inspired by his own experiences using food banks.

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His mission to stop edible food being discarded has proved so successful that the team is set to star in a national TV documentary this year.

Now his products can be ordered online and received via next-day delivery for £6 - meaning those on tight budgets can take advantage of his special offers.


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