BRITISH expats have blasted workers at a food bank for allegedly raiding the much-needed supplies before desperate locals arrive.
According to Joe Clark, 62, helpers are taking the ‘cream of the crop’ before the resource in Salar, Granada, officially opens at 4pm.
Clark told the Olive Press he has seen helpers leaving with bags full of food before it has even opened.
“Even if they’ve got the biggest family in the world, there’s no way they’re going to need the amount of food they took,” he said.
“They’re obviously going to sell it on.”
A local resident who uses the food bank and who did not want to be named, said she knew something was amiss as she was able to get very little food.
“I’ve been getting little more than a pile of fruit and vegetables, much of which has already gone rotten.”
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