Forgotten Harvest, serving Southeast Michigan, is one of the nation’s premier food rescue organizations. It was created over 30 years ago by an incredible woman named Dr. Nancy Fishman, to rescue healthy, nutritious food from grocery stores, food manufacturers and distributors, farmers and restaurants, and to deliver that food to communities in need.
In the food business, there’s an excess that, for whatever reason, doesn’t make it into the distribution supply chain. Though its near perfect, its still likely to go to waste because most food businesses aren’t equipped to donate their items in a way that’s safe, reliable and efficient. That’s where we come in.
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