301,416 pounds of food donated since September 2011
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Food Recovery Network unites students on college campuses to fight waste and feed people by donating the surplus unsold food from their colleges and donating it to hungry Americans. Founded in 2011, FRN has grown to include chapters at 46 colleges and universities in 21 states that have recovered over 235,000 pounds of food.

Each chapter works with on-campus dining halls and other, off-campus eateries to divert food from the landfill to community members in need, while also raising awareness on issues of food waste and hunger in America.

By 2018, Food Recovery Network aims to be on 1,000 campuses and to have donated 10 million pounds of food.

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