Sobeys is making significant strides on its sustainability journey by addressing food surplus at both national and local levels.
Between 2010 and 2015, Denmark reduced its food waste by 25%. This success is largely attributable to changing consumer habits. Here’s how the country did it.
We reached out to two winners from the Second Harvest Sweepstakes last year and asked them about their experience with the prizes they won.
A food waste audit gives insights into how you can make shifts in eating and shopping habits that will benefit you personally and also the environment.
In France, supermarkets are required by law to partner with a charity organization to donate surplus food.
By turning food waste reduction into a SMART goal, you’re not only making a commitment but also creating a roadmap for sustainable lifestyle.
The decision to become a monthly donor goes beyond mere financial support – it represents hope and a determination to make a positive change.
As we prepare to spread joy in the holiday season, keep the planet in mind. We’ve rounded up some eco-friendly holiday shopping and gift-giving tips.
A portion of the proceeds from each purchase goes directly towards our food rescue and redistribution efforts, making a warm healthy meal within reach for everyone.
Rather than weeks after weeks of uninspired reheats, why not embark on a culinary adventure by giving those leftovers a makeover?
The AGM was an important opportunity to recognize the tremendous support from our partners, donors and volunteers, as well as showcase the impact we made together in 2023.
Learn how to turn these common food packaging items into useful and unique treasures!
Learn more about the incredible efforts of our donors, partners and volunteers and the critical impact we have collectively achieved in 2013.
In Korea, it’s illegal to throw food waste in landfills. The country converts a whopping 95% of its food waste into fertilizer, biogas and animal feed. What’s behind this remarkable success?
Giving Tuesday is a global movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world.
The Second Harvest Truck Pull Challenge was more than just a physical feat; it was a powerful statement against food waste and food insecurity in Canada.
Finland is widely recognized as a global leader in sustainability and environmental responsibility. With a commitment to diminishing the environmental impact of food waste and enhancing food security, the country has implemented a range of pioneering strategies and initiatives.
This year’s World Food Day highlights the importance of water, a precious resource vital to our well-being, agricultural and industrial needs, as well as the health of our planet.
Over the past year, Gloria has become a familiar face among Second Harvest’s supporters. She has gotten so much from volunteering and wants to give back even more.
Composting is a great way to reduce food waste and build a circular ecosystem in your backyard. Don’t throw away food scraps like vegetable peels, egg shells or coffee grounds! Follow the tips below and compost them instead.