Our blog carnival addressing food waste is a great way to open the discussion. Our summit in Northern Virginia on September 27 boasts wonderful panelists — read their blogs and share your thoughts.
Posts Categorized: Education & Training
We are building a whole community approach to prevent food waste. We capture surplus food and divert it to either feed hungry people or to use as compost.
There are dozens of reasons why perfectly good food goes to waste. The trick is stopping it.
The challenge is on! Are you in?
Ty Lawson decided a long time ago that he wanted to use his talents to serve people in need and not people in restaurants.
Food always tastes better when we cook it ourselves. Knowing it is healthy food we are trying for the first time is even tastier!
Our demonstration garden reconnects low-income families, food bank supporters, volunteers and staff with a sense of self-sufficiency.
In addition to food distribution, we take pride in empowering our partners through our teaching kitchen, nutrition programs and a variety of other resources.
Our Healthy Eating Department works with professional chefs who volunteer their time to develop and test each and every one of our recipes.
Over 60 representatives from 25 CAFB partner agencies across the Washington, DC metro area gathered at Jericho City of Praise in Landover, MD for two full days of training.