Panel: Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh, HopeWorks
What differentiates food recovery from many food waste or hunger initiatives is food recovery’s unique power to transform food access. For people facing food insecurity, barriers go beyond affordability to even more complicated hurdles like transportation, lack of time and geographical constraints. Food recovery creates opportunities to eliminate barriers like these and make it possible to put food within reach during any person’s daily habits – learning, working or playing. Hear how these organizations partnered with food recovery to transform food access in their communities and what they needed to understand to make it possible.