Hunger Blog

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.

Kitchen Cart kids
Thursday, Feb 16 2017
Central Illinois Foodbank uses a mobile kitchen cart to teach adults and children alike how to cook new foods and prepare familiar foods more healthfully.
Starbucks
Thursday, Feb 9 2017
Feeding America adapted our approach in working with Starbucks, recognizing that we could dramatically grow our food donations to provide more meals.
FeedMore Kitchen-300x300
Friday, Dec 2 2016
FeedMore's state-of-the-art Community Kitchen demonstrates how local partnerships can help food banks cut costs, build efficiency and better serve their community.
Flooding from Hurricane Matthew
Tuesday, Nov 8 2016
Feeding America member food banks have distributed more than 3 million pounds of food, water and cleaning supplies in communities impacted by Hurricane Matthew.
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.
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.
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