Pounds Rescued
Food Forward staff and volunteers rescue 300,000 pounds of surplus produce each week from fruit trees, farmers markets and the Los Angeles Wholesale Produce Market. 100% of these fresh fruits and vegetables are donated to over 300 hunger relief agencies across 8 counties in Southern California.

Taking Food Waste Off the Menu

4.28.17 – Today is the first National Stop Food Waste Day! Food Forward works to fight food waste all...

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4.28.17 – Today is the first...

Making an Impact at the Market

4.24.17 – In honor of National Volunteer Week, check out our Volunteer of the Month of April! Our volunteers...

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4.24.17 – In honor of National...

Celebrating Earth Day

4.17.17 – Happy Earth Day Week! Recognized as a day to demonstrate support for environmental protection, Earth Day falls on...

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4.17.17 – Happy Earth Day Week!...

Solutions for Hunger on College Campuses: Live Online Summit

Food Forward and RESULTS LA will host the Summit on Food Recovery on April 29, 2017 to address hunger...

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Food Forward and RESULTS LA will...

From Santa Monica to Mid City: A Farm to Table Story

4.4.17 – One of the best parts of our job is being able to support so many amazing hunger-relief...

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4.4.17 – One of the best...

The Lowdown on Loquats

3.22.17 – As winter becomes spring in Southern California (and it starts to feel like summer), there are so...

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3.22.17 – As winter becomes spring...




Imperial San Diego Riverside Orange San Bernardino Los Angeles Ventura Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara - 1 in 8 people struggle with hunger in Santa Barbara County
(Feeding America)
Imperial - 28% of residents and 44% of children in Imperial Valley are food insecure
(Imperial Valley Food Bank)
San Diego - 136,000 children in San Diego County are facing food insecurity
(U.S. Census Bureau)
Riverside - In Riverside County, 24% of children are living in poverty.
(California Food Policy Advocates)
San Bernardino - 1 in 5 people live in poverty in San Bernardino County
(U.S. Census Bureau)
Los Angeles - Los Angeles County has the largest estimated population of food insecure people in the U.S. - 1.5 million
(Feeding America)
Ventura - 16% of children in Ventura County are living in poverty
(U.S. Census Bureau)
Orange - Nearly 400,000 residents struggle to get their food needs met on a regular basis
(OC Food Access Coalition)


Who Receives Our Produce?
We donate recovered produce to over 300 agencies across 8 counties in Southern California. Read more about the agencies we serve.







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