Pomona's Food Rescue Program Featured in the Los Angeles Times
Pomona College’s Food Rescue Program and the national Food Recovery Network were featured by Los Angeles Times business writer David Lazarus in his April 2 column “Hungry for a group to deliver leftover food to charities.”
Pomona’s Food Rescue is a student-run program that works with dining hall employees to package leftovers and take them to Inland Valley Hope Partners, a local homeless shelter. During 2010-11, 16 volunteers with Pomona’s Food Rescue program delivered 526 large trays and 712 half trays of prepared food.
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