40% of the
food produced
gets wasted.

412 Food Rescue prevents perfectly good
food from entering the waste stream.


We fight

412 Food Rescue redirects fresh, healthy
food from going to landfills to serving
those who are food insecure.


We promote

Rescuing surplus food
preserves the resources that go
into food production and
prevents greenhouse gas impact
in landfills.


We believe good food belongs to people,

not landfills.

You can help end food waste.

Download our app, sign up to volunteer and help end hunger.

Scale food recovery in your city.

Contact us.

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lbs. surplus food rescued
lbs. in CO2 emissions

Innovative Programs

Ugly CSA

Creates new markets for farmers via a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program for previously unsellable fruits and vegetables.

Hidden Harvest

Gleans from unharvested public and private city trees, orchards and urban gardens.

Food Education

Educates consumers on how to prevent food waste at home through programs that teach cooking skills and advocacy initiatives that raise awareness.

Product Innovation

We launch innovative products from food that would otherwise be wasted.

Food Rescue Heroes

Featured Donor | Consumer Fresh Produce

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We talked to Consumer Fresh Produce's Marketing Coordinator Maggie Carty about why ending #foodwaste and #hunger is so important! Why is redirecting food surplus important to Consumer Fresh Produce? Redirecting...

Featured Hero | Tricia Ritchie

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Meet Tricia Ritchie, a #FoodRescueHero who believed in us from the very start. She has the passion and drive to make a change the world on a regular basis. See...

Featured Non-Profit Partner | NAMS

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Hear from Debbie Baumiller, Senior Center Coordinator at NAMS (Northern Area Multi-Services Center),¬†about their important work and relationship with us!…

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