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.

Hunger Action Month
Saturday, Oct 29 2016
We are very grateful for the enthusiasm and ingenuity of our corporate partners who raised awareness about hunger and inspired employees and the nation to get involved.
Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin partners with local farms to implement its Field to Food Program.
Friday, Oct 28 2016
Hunger in the News is a weekly summary of news articles that elevate the conversation of hunger and the issues affecting food insecurity in the U.S.
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.
Red Gold product donation
Monday, Oct 24 2016
Red Gold was founded on the idea of helping to supply food for the troops in 1942 and we are continuing our commitment to caring for communities through the ‘Crush Hunger’ campaign.
A woman receiving food from a food pantry.
Friday, Oct 21 2016
Hunger in the News is a weekly summary of news articles that elevate the conversation of hunger and the issues affecting food insecurity in the U.S.
Wednesday, Oct 19 2016
Read the statements by Secretary Hillary Clinton and Mr. Donald J. Trump on what they would do as president to end hunger in America.
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.
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