Food Recovery in Marin County: By rescuing excess fresh food from businesses and immediately delivering it to nonprofits serving Marin’s most vulnerable children, adults, and families, we address the critical issues of hunger, wasted food, and global warming.

Marin organizations partner to distribute leftover food to hungry locals (Marin Independent-Journal)
July 03, 2014

Marin County grocery stores, restaurants and farmers have an opportunity to reduce food waste by donating leftovers to two organizations willing to distribute edibles to hungry locals. and Marin Organic have joined forces to make sure no good food goes uneaten. Marin Organic has been collecting crops that are edible but not fit for grocery stores since 2005, donating organic fruits and vegetables to the San Francisco and Marin Food Banks. The newly launched nonprofit focuses on gathering prepared foods such as bread and meat from corporate cafeterias, grocery stores and other such businesses. The foodstuffs are then delivered to dozens of nonprofits that serve Marin's most vulnerable residents — West Marin Senior Services, Homeward Bound in Novato and Ritter Center in San Rafael.

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Marin Community Foundation County of Marin The San Francisco Foundation