Monthly Archives: August 2007

Any ideas?

Yesterday we were talking about Indiana, today it’s Brazil. Earlier this week I got an e-mail from a friendly Sao Paulo industrial design student named Luiz Augusto Moreira. Luiz tells me that food waste is a serious problem in Brazil, as well. Banco de Alimentos, a non-govermental organization that recovers food for the hungry, says 39 million kilograms of […]

August 2, 2007 | Posted in International | Comments closed

Choices and Waste

It’s a big week here at Wasted Food for Indiana food banks. I just read this interesting discussion of food waste at shelters. In this behind-the-scenes look at food pantries, the director of the Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana discusses how letting shelters choose what food they want instead of receiving a pre-bundled bag of […]

August 1, 2007 | Posted in Food Recovery | Comments closed