A Richmond Recovery ‘Mesh’

Maria VerdicchioFood Recovery Program, MarketPlace, NEWS

Share This Post Founded in 1983, the Richmond Food Bank has been providing sustenance to a diverse range of clients within the community. Currently over 20,000 pounds of food items are distributed to their client base each week, of which a third are children. Their range of programs include a partnership with the Richmond School district. This program alone supports … Read More

Daiya Foods – A Case Study

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Share This Post The Challenge As an industry leader in plant-based dairy alternatives, Daiya Foods is an ethically driven company that prioritises reducing their environmental impact and supporting their local community. However, as the company continued to expand, they started producing more surplus food that could not be sold but was still perfectly fit to be eaten, whether it was … Read More

How Daiya Foods is Preventing Waste While Feeding More

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Share This Post Food waste or loss is an issue that has been increasingly getting more attention in the media these days, and for good reason. The statistics are shockingly big; in Canada over 35 million metric tonnes of food, equivalent to 14,000 Olympic-sized swimming pools, is wasted on an annual basis across the food supply chain. While the economic … Read More

Fall Newsletter

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Fall Newsletter

Summer Newsletter

Maria VerdicchioBlogPost1, Local Food Hero, MarketPlace, NEWS, Tech Updates

  Summer is here and we’ve really turned up the heat at FoodMesh.  Below is an update of our: Quarterly Highlights Tech Release updates News and Updates New Additions to the FoodMesh team We are gearing up for our biggest Fall to date, so stay tuned for updates coming in September.  Sincerely, ~ Jessica ReganCEO | FoodMesh Quarterly Highlights Retail Food … Read More

FoodMesh Spring Newsletter

Maria VerdicchioBlogPost1, Local Food Hero, MarketPlace, NEWS, Tech Updates

  Community Newsletter – Spring 2019 Hello FoodMesh Network!    Spring is in the air, and we are ready for change!  With food waste very much on the minds of businesses and governments, 2019 is shaping up to be a pivotal year for changing our collective “dispose over divert” tendencies.     Below is our quarterly summary below on updates, market trends and … Read More

FoodMesh In The News!


The Vancouver Sun did an interview with our Founder, Jessica Pautsch, and a video as well! Here’s the article written by Gord McIntyre: Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.