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FoodRecovery.org (formerlyMEANS Database)- Matching Excess & Need

(202) 449-1507

Online Directory. Maintains the most up-to-date directory of all known food banks and food pantries in the U.S. to help match excess food to food recovery organizations. May be able to provide transportation of donations 40 lbs or more, including if palletized (will unload).

This Food Recovery Organization lists food donors in these areas: Alameda; Albany; Berkeley; Castro Valley; Dublin; Emeryville; Fremont; Hayward; Livermore; Newark; Oakland; Piedmont; Pleasanton; San Leandro; San Lorenzo; Sunol; Union City; Outside Alameda County

Contact: Kenna Rogers, Senior Program Manager, kenna@foodrecovery.org

Item Notes Method Destination
Food for Donation Informational Directory. Online database. Accepted Food: 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 lists food donors in these areas:  Alameda; Albany; Berkeley; Castro Valley; Dublin; Emeryville; Fremont; Hayward; Livermore; Newark; Oakland; Piedmont; Pleasanton; San Leandro; San Lorenzo; Sunol; Union City; Outside Alameda County.
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