http://www.theguardian.com/society/2016/feb/17/asda-removes-food-bank-donation-points-from-uk-stores It seems that Asda no longer like the idea of unmanned food collection points in its supermarkets. Food banks are saying that the collection points in Asda account for up to 25% of the food they are given, so the impact this decision will have on them will be significant. Asda hasn't said why they have made this decision, but merely said "The decision to change its arrangements for charities is based on a review of its community programme." I find this somewhat disappointing. It can hardly be a hardship for Asda to allow a trolley to stand in a corner of the store and be filled by the generosity of Asda's customers with goods they bought from Asda, can it? Could there be a reason other than mean-spiritedness behind this move?