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Rescuing Leftover Cuisine Atlanta struggles to find drivers amid rising gas prices.
Changing the way Rhode Islanders think about their food
A new program, Food Recovery for Rhode Island, aims to rescue and recycle food in order to address the state’s food waste and access issues.
Massachusetts charities stretched thin
by coronavirus pandemic struggle to keep up with holiday demand
‘They are here for us’:
Local program aimed at distributing extra food to those in need asks for help
Brookline's Tatte Bakery & Cafe
partners with Rescuing Leftover Cuisine after staff show concern over food waste
Local Program Aimed At Distributing Extra Food To Those In Need Asks For Help
A program focused on putting extra food to good use has reached a major milestone. Now, they saw they need more help to keep the meals coming.
Interview with Robert Lee, Founder and CEO of Rescuing Leftover Cuisine
Robert Lee is the founder and CEO of Rescuing Leftover Cuisine (RLC), a nonprofit organization working in 16 cities and headquartered in New York City. RLC volunteers pick up excess food from participating restaurants, caterers, and hotels and deliver it to homeless shelters and soup kitchens.