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June 11th, 2019
Loblaw commits over $400,000 to Second Harvest to support a free, innovative platform that tackles food waste, food insecurity, and climate change.
March 27th, 2019
Second Harvest, Canada's largest food rescue organization, is undertaking the first national study of food programs offered by public sector and community service organizations though a $1.8 million CDN grant from the Walmart Foundation.
February 4th, 2019 Starbucks Canada
Starbucks is partnering with Second Harvest to roll out a food donation program to provide ready-to-eat, nourishing meals to those in need starting in Ontario. Once active in all 1,100 company-owned stores in Canada, Starbucks is expected to donate more than 1.5 million meals annually to those in need.This win-win program will help combat hunger and minimize food waste.
January 17th, 2019
(Toronto – January 17, 2019) Nearly 60 percent of food produced in Canada – amounting to 35.5 million metric tonnes – is lost and wasted annually. Of that, 32 percent – equalling 11.2 million metric tonnes of lost food – is avoidable and is edible food that could be redirected to support people in our communities. The total financial value of this potentially rescuable lost and wasted food is a staggering $49.46 billion. These unprecedented findings are the result of a year-long research project undertaken by Second Harvest, Canada’s largest food rescue organization, and Value Chain Management International, a leading public and industry voice in the area of food waste.
July 18th, 2018
Canada’s Largest Food Rescue Organization, Second Harvest announced today that the Board of Directors has approved the appointment of Lori Nikkel as Chief Executive Officer, effective July 2, 2018. Lori succeeds Debra Lawson who announced her desire to retire earlier this year following a successful five-year tenure as Executive Director.
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