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Berkeley Food Network - Berkeley - 1925 Ninth St

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Berkeley Food Network

1925 Ninth St, Berkeley, California 94710
510-616-5383
Hours:

Operations Hours M-F 9-3, Sa 10-2
Donation pick up & drop-offs by appointment 7-8am M-Sa

Food sourcing and distribution hub (groceries, farm produce, prepared meals, food manufacturers) for food insecure Berkeley residents (housed and unhoused) in partnership with Alameda County Food Bank and a network of local community organizations. Please make sure to contact the organization to confirm if they can accept your donation. Contact: Grace Liao, Food Recovery Manager, grace@berkeleyfoodnetwork.org, 510-214-2776

This Food Recovery Organization is willing to collect from food donors in: Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Emeryville, Hayward, Oakland, San Leandro, Union City, Outside Alameda County

Item Notes Method Destination
Food for Donation Types of Food Accepted: Fresh produce; Shelf-stable/Non-perishable foods; Fresh/ Frozen grocery requiring refrigeration or freezing; Baked goods; Meat; Milk & dairy; Cold prepared foods; Hot prepared foods; Bulk foods. This Food Recovery Organization is willing to collect from food donors in: Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Emeryville, Hayward, Oakland, San Leandro, Union City, Outside Alameda County.
  • Free Drop-off
  • Reuse
Paper Bags Clean, usable Reusable Bags with handles for reuse, neatly folded in another bag. Paper, plastic, cloth, etc. accepted. Leftover bag stock (traditional grocery bag size) accepted as well.
  • Free Drop-off
  • Reuse
Personal & Beauty Care Products - New/Unused We accept any unused and unopened personal hygiene products including soap, feminine hygiene products, dental hygiene products, wipes, and sanitizer.
  • Free Drop-off
  • Reuse
Plastic Bags Clean, usable Reusable and or Plastic Bags with handles for reuse, neatly folded in another bag. Paper, plastic, cloth, etc. accepted. Leftover bag stock (traditional grocery bag size) accepted as well.
  • Free Drop-off
  • Reuse

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