Municipal food recovery networks

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We partner with local governments to help them create a connected and efficient food system in their region

How it works

We identify and connect organizations in specific regions along the food supply chain.

We coordinate the diversion of surplus food between them, leveraging our Marketplace and managed retail food diversion service.

We ensure diverted food is put to its highest end use.

We provide aggregated data on the diversion taking place, to help the government advance and report on its sustainability goals.

We measure this by

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Meals provided

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Food rescued (KG)

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CO2 emissions saved (KG)

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Money saved ($)

Who we work with

The City of Richmond was awarded the 2021 Community Project Award from The British Columbia Economic Development Association for their regional food recovery network.