San Francisco Bay Area’s Food Shift—reducing food-waste, alleviating hunger and creating jobs

Apr 2, 2017

St. Vincent de Paul workers featured here with Food Shift's Dana Frasz managing food recovery at the BALLE Conference in Oakland in 2014--. Food Shift recovered and donated 658 lbs of food
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Dana Frasz, Founder and Director of San Francisco Bay Area based Food Shift shares her non-profit's partnerships with hotels, corporations, grocery chains and more to reduce food waste.

Dana talks about Food Shift’s primary mission, its incredible success stories, and the invaluable relationship with Jo Licata, Hilton San Francisco Union Square’s Community Projects Manager. 

Join NPR podcast host, Tom Wilmer as he visits with Dana Frasz. Discover how Food Shift utilizes leftover food, alleviates hunger, creates jobs, combats climate change, lessens the burden on landfills, conserves natural resources while propelling sustainable communities throughout the Bay Area.  

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Food Shift's Report for Santa Clara County

Food Shift's Alameda Kitchen

Feeding the 5,000 Oakland Video

Food Shift's Andronico's Program

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The Alameda Kitchen chef and team prepare a meal to be donated to City Team, a shelter and soup kitchen, in Oakland.
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On-the-job trainees Gigi and Terri prep veggies for soup
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Food Shift recovering food from the Jack London Square farmers market in Oakland
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Awesome donations to Food Shift
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