Victoria’s latest initiative, the Food Share Network is beginning to see results.
Donations totalling $200,000 could buy 200,000 cans of baked beans for the Mustard Seed Food Bank. Nutritious, but short-term. Or that money could change the way food banks operate long-term, enabling them to collect truckloads of fruits, vegetables and other perishable foods that go to waste, says Rudi Wallace, director of food security for the Mustard Seed.
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Source: Times Colonist