SecondBite gives surplus and unwanted food a second chance

Last Modified: Fri Dec 23 2016 10:00:52 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 7 million kgs
    of surplus fresh food redistributed to some of the most marginalised and disadvantaged members in local communities in 2014-15. Food is donated by farmers, wholesalers, markets, supermarkets, caterers and events.
  • 14 million
    meals that the redistributed food equates to. The food was distributed via community programs to people who are homeless, women and families in crisis, youth at risk, indigenous communities, asylum seekers and new arrivals.
  • $21 million
    savings for community organisations across Australia in 2014-15 which could then to divert funds to other essential services.
  • 32,359,427 kgs
    of food re-distributed nationally to date.
  • 64,718,854
    meals that re-distributed food equates to.
  • 1,196
    community food programs being supported.
  • $21 million
    savings for community organisations across Australia in 2014-15 which could then to divert funds to other essential services.