Roughly 40 percent of all food in the United States goes to waste, and much of this food is still edible when wasted. For the past six years, Food Recovery Network (FRN) has been building solutions to fight this problem.
Jordan Figueiredo writes about introducing fun, character, and nutrition-filled “ugly” produce in schools or at home, making it more fun for children to eat healthy fruits and veggies.
Clint and Ernie Edwards at Chief Orchards.
Cleveland produce distributor Forrest City Weingart breaks the \’93standards\’94 with perfectly imperfect.
Sustainable America publishes the first ever food rescue group locator in the U.S.
Can large U.S. supermarkets sell “ugly” produce? Whole Foods Market and Giant Eagle sign on to tackle food waste.
Australian organization, Eat Me Chutneys, saves ugly produce and makes tasty chutneys with a charming mother, father, and son team.
Alameda Kitchen, coming soon from the food rescue group Food Shift out of Oakland, California.
Food powers a new social experiment for Robert Egger and the New L.A. Kitchen.
September is Hunger Action Month and farm to food bank programs are expanding from state to state to take hunger action to new levels.