Food Recovery Network is a national nonprofit that unites students at colleges and universities to fight food waste and hunger by recovering perishable food that would otherwise go to waste from their campus dining halls and donating it to those in need. Our goal is to change the norm from food waste to food recovery in the United States.


 

National Food Recovery Dialogue

Early Bird Tickets available until August 31, 2019!

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Whole Foods market 5% Community Give Back Day

On Thursday, April 18, all twenty-nine Florida locations of Whole Foods Market donated 5% of their net sales to Food Recovery Network. Whole Foods Market and Food Recovery Network were able to raise $158,832. Thank you to everyone who came out and shopped that day and thank you to Whole Foods Market for partnering with us for this special event.

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Food Recovery Network Partners with Whole Foods Market in Florida for 5% Community Giving Day and raises $158,832

FRN will immediately begin to reinvest this money into the work we’re actively engaged in throughout Florida. This investment will support our outstanding students who’ve dedicated their time and energy to make food recovery the norm on their campuses and alleviate hunger from their communities.
— Regina Anderson, Executive Director of Food Recovery Network

further with food: Center for food loss and waste solutions

Further With Food provides comprehensive information about food loss and waste in the United States and solutions dedicated to reducing it. FRN is excited to share our Official Chapter Map on their resource portal! We encourage our FRNds to browse the existing resources. 


FRn Speaks - Celebrating our chapters

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FRn Speaks- Celebrating our chapters

Across the country, our chapters are doing amazing work. As each chapter has a unique relationship with their dining provider and partner agency, all our chapters have their own narratives to reflect on their experiences with FRN.


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