Wednesday, Feb 5 2014
Across the United States, Feeding America's network of food banks are securing much-needed food and providing it to families facing hunger at food pantries, shelters and soup kitchens. To help feed people in need, Feeding America is also rescuing perfectly good food that might otherwise be wasted: cans of soup approaching their best-by-dates; good loaves of day-old bread; even slightly imperfect strawberries. But in some cases, the produce goes bad before it can be distributed. And what happens then?