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the time for food rescue is .......


Less Then 1%

So much of our food in the U.S. finds it's way into the garbage instead of to a person in need.


One-third of all food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted.


This is the staggering number (in millions) of tons of food waste we contribute to on a yearly basis!


Only 2.6% of that food waste does not end in landfills. Landfills are the second largest single human source of methane emissions, accounting for 23% of all methane sources.

food Waste is a  big issue

Every year, an estimated one-third of all food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted. This astonishing statistic highlights the urgent need for action. Food waste not only squanders valuable resources, but it also exacerbates environmental problems. When food is discarded, all the energy, water, and labor that went into producing, processing, and transporting it also go to waste.


Wasting Food ,Wastes Money!

Every uneaten meal, forgotten produce, or expired item represents wasted resources and lost dollars. Wasting food has ripple effects throughout the supply chain, including farmers, distributors, and retailers. By being more mindful of our consumption habits, planning meals, properly storing food, and using leftovers creatively, we can not only reduce food waste but also save money in the process.


The average User ......

According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the average American wastes approximately 30-40% of their food supply, which includes both at the consumer level and throughout the supply chain. The National Restaurant Association indicates that on average, restaurants in the United States waste around 4 to 10% of the food they purchase.

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