By rescuing excess fresh food from businesses, securing freshly-made meals, and immediately delivering the food to nonprofits serving Marin’s most vulnerable children, seniors, and families, we address the critical issues of hunger, wasted food & climate change.
ExtraFood Featured in Marin Magazine’s “Waste Warriors” Article July 25, 2018
ExtraFood was featured in Marin Magazine's August 2018 issue here.
Community Spotlight: food-donorsSay Hay Farms
Say Hay Farms is a new vendor at the Thursday Marin Civic Center farmers’ market. This season they’re selling specialty root vegetables, broccoli, cauliflower and leafy greens as well as their lovingly-made and packaged pickled carrots, beets and raw sauerkraut. Chris Hay (yes, his real name) and his team run an “integrated operation” at Say Hay Farms, which means that animals and vegetables rotate in the fields, each benefitting from the prior use of the other in a carefully stewarded true circle of sustainability. Say Hay to them at the Thursday market and consider joining their CSA.