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Kenosha News Article

Kenosha News: As hunger grows, UW-Madison is redirecting excess food from the landfill to its students

“UW-Madison students with Food Recovery Network…prepare a free meal, with food donated by Healthy Food for All, at The Crossing Campus Ministry. Food Recovery Network is a student-run organization that collects leftover food from UW-Madison’s biggest dining services to make free meals.” See the article here: https://kenoshanews.com/news/state-and-regional/uw-madison-food-waste/article_d36cffe5-6399-5f4e-985b-02504eae2b0b.html  

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CAC Gleaning Program

CAC Works with Healthy Food for All and Second Harvest for Enhanced Gleaning Initiatives in Dane County

“CAC is excited to be working closely with Healthy Food for All and Second Harvest to weave our gleaning program into their existing food recovery networks! This transition aims to enhance the efficiency of gleaning initiatives in Dane County, preventing food waste and promoting a more streamlined process. “ See the article here: https://www.cacscw.org/cac-gleaning-program-update-dec-7-2023/

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How We're Partnering to Reduce Food Waste

Public Health Madison & Dane County: How We’re Partnering to Reduce Food Waste

“Here in Dane County, around 7% of households are food insecure, meaning they have limited or uncertain access to adequate food. Access to safe and nutritious food is essential for both individual and population health.” See the article here: https://publichealthmdc.com/blog/2024-01-11/how-were-partnering-to-reduce-food-waste  Republished with credit to Public Health Madison & Dane County.

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Courtesy Chris Brockel

Food waste awareness is up. Food surplus is down.

“Chris Brockel, longtime area food activist and coordinator of Healthy Food for All, is a go-to figure in local food recovery. And Healthy Food For All is a leader among groups that help those who have surplus food, matching them with food pantries and other nonprofits who help feed those in

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Edible Madison

Doing the Work: Leaders in Food Justice

“The COVID-19 pandemic revealed deep fissures in our food systems from the global scale to the local. Now, with a greater public awareness of the iniquities and challenges with the food supply chain from seed to kitchen, pivotal strides for food justice are within reach— if we take this opportunity

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