Insights on solutions and contributors to hunger, and the lives of Americans in need from Feeding America and network food bank staff and guest contributors.

Monday, Oct 31 2016
The Houston Food Bank has partnered with a local composting company, Farm Dirt, to efficiently transform damaged or decayed produce into sustainable, nutrient-rich soil.
Carrots, leeks, tomatoes
Thursday, Oct 27 2016
Central Texas Food Bank's investment in a drop-ship produce container is enabling the food bank to provide significantly more fresh fruits and vegetables to people in need.
“Ugly” produce
Wednesday, Oct 26 2016
Chefs at the New Hampshire Food Bank paired up with the Manchester Community Farmers Market to encourage people to embrace “the Uglies.” Less-than-perfect produce, that is.
A Starbucks employee collecting food to be donated.
Tuesday, Oct 25 2016
Now, when shutting our store down for the day and locking the doors, we know the unsold food will be put to good use.
Wednesday, Oct 19 2016
Chattanooga Area Food Bank created a new delivery model called PEP, Produce Empowerment Program. This model creates less waste at food banks, pantries and meal programs.
Jeremy Arnold
Monday, Oct 17 2016
Social media has proven to be an effective way to make change, too. It is a tool that is invaluable if you know how to use it, and that is playing out in the fight to end hunger as well.
Vacuum testing cans
Monday, Oct 3 2016
One of the key benefits of being a member of the Feeding America network is having access to a large pool of other food banks with whom best practices can be shared.
Children at a summer feeding program.
Tuesday, Aug 2 2016
To help alleviate summer hunger, food pantries throughout the nation are implementing a variety of strategies to encourage the families they serve to select the nutritious foods they need to lead active, healthy lives
A child eating lunch.
Tuesday, Jul 26 2016
Each year, the USDA recognizes new, innovative practices for improving the reach and impact of SFSP and suggests community partners who might be able help. This year the focus is working within hospitals and health care centers.
A child at a summer feeding program.
Wednesday, Jul 20 2016
While more than 60 percent of children in Florida qualify for free or reduced lunch, only about 9 percent participate in feeding programs. However, Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida is able provide breakfast and lunch to more than 3,000 children a day.
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