Always Food Safe has partnered with the Food Recovery Network to give food handler training to their volunteers.
The Food Recovery Network is a student-led movement that donates surplus food from campuses to those in need. Started by four college students back in 2012, their program is now on 172 campuses and has recovered 4.1 million meals.
Food Handler training will teach volunteers about food safety topics such as temperature control, avoiding cross-contamination, proper storage techniques, and personal hygiene. This will help volunteers package and transport food safely, and help their communities.
Interested in contributing the Food Recovery Network? Visit their website to see how you can help.