Food Waste Experts Highlight Policy Solutions for the Public and Private Sectors

The event highlights policy solutions that reduce food waste across the food supply chain and improve food security.

The Future of Food @ SXSW

The Future of Food @ SXSW, presented by The Kroger Co. Zero Hunger | Zero Waste Foundation, will take place online March 18-21 and feature leaders from across the food system.

ReFED Launches New Roadmap, Digital Tools to Combat Food Waste

After data showed the amount of food waste in the U.S. was leveling off, ReFED created a suite of digital tools and data-driven solutions to make a larger impact on reducing waste.

Supply Chain Transparency Can Support a Stronger Food System

Food system experts discuss the ways that supply chain transparency can support food access, reduce food loss, and empower consumers.

White Pony Express Rescues Fresh Food for Californians in Need

Through the COVID-19 Food Waste Solutions Fund, ReFED is helping White Pony Express rescue food and divert it to Californians in need.

Hawaii Nonprofit Distributes Valuable Food Aid Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Aloha Harvest, a Hawaii-based nonprofit, is diverting food that would otherwise be wasted to combat food insecurity during COVID-19. Roughly one in five Hawaii residents are food insecure, according to U.S. census data collected in July 2020.  And since the…

After a Sharp Increase, the Rate of Food Waste May Be Slowing

On “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg” Dani discusses the consequences of food waste as well as the people and organizations that are working to combat it.

Dreaming Out Loud Receives ReFED Grant to Recover Food Waste in D.C.

Dreaming Out Loud receives ReFED grant to recover 500,000 pounds of food in Washington D.C.’s Wards 7 and 8

Second Servings of Houston Mitigates Food Waste with Help from ReFED Fund

Second Services of Houston is working to rescue food to provide healthy meals to those in need.

With US$3+ Million in Grants, ReFED’s COVID-19 Fund is Saving Food Waste and Feeding People

ReFED’s COVID-19 Food Waste Solutions Fund has awarded grants to over two dozen organizations, which collectively aim to save 50 million pounds of food over the next 90 days—enough for 41.5 million meals.