Good Food Project

A small group of staff and volunteers in an industrial kitchen with prepared food

Led by Chef Ed Anderson, we stabilize and transform surplus food into healthy meals.

412 Food Rescue will soon create healthy, heat-and-eat meals, as well as shelf-stable products and other innovative solutions to ending food waste and hunger in our communities.

The Good Food Project stabilizes and transforms surplus food into healthy meals for 412 Food Rescue’s nonprofit partners and serves as a space for volunteer and community engagement and food education. 

The Good Food Project is located inside the Millvale Food + Energy Hub in partnership with Sprezzatura Cafe and New Sun Rising. The Millvale Food + Energy Hub gives the former Millvale Moose Lodge new life with a café, community kitchen, shared workspace, and an event space.

To learn more about volunteering at the Good Food Project with your corporate or organizational group, please email marissa@412foodrescue.org.

 

About Chef Ed Anderson

Chef Ed Anderson has worked in different community and social service programs such as Auberle, C.I.S.P., and Mercy Behavioral for about 15 years. He gained culinary experience working as food service manager in school systems and caterer before graduating from Bidwell Training Center with a Culinary Arts degree. Ed is looking forward to creating healthy community meals and also helping with food education classes for parents and partners.

We are incredibly grateful to Erika Bruce for serving as our temporary culinary assistant, and to our volunteers who make our mission possible, every day!