NY State Farmers Collaborate With Foodbanks To Provide Fresh Produce

NY State Farmers Collaborate With Foodbanks To Provide Fresh Produce
Innovation

Cornell Gleaning Project helps vitamin rich food get to those who need it most.

Emma Hutchings
  • 21 february 2012

Farmers are teaming up with New York state food banks to bring gleaned foods to those in need, making the most of grown nutrition and reducing food waste generated at the farm level. The Cornell Gleaning Project hopes to increase the amount of food donations by gleaning food left behind in fields or storage because of cosmetic blemishes or lack of market for a particular crop.

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