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Food Recovery Network (FRN) is a nonprofit that unites students at colleges and
universities, business leaders, and event planners to fight food waste and hunger by recovering
perishable food that would otherwise go to waste and donating that food to hunger-fighting
nonprofit organizations in their communities. To date, FRN's work has resulted in the recovery and
donation of 10.9 million pounds of surplus food, equivalent to 9 million meals served and over
4792 Metric Tons of CO2 emissions prevented.
FRN has some fantastic opportunities for businesses, high school students and university students to get involved in making a real difference in their communities.
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