According to the latest tally from the University of Arkansas, the Razorback Food Recovery program has collected and distributed over 82,000 pounds of food to local agencies in the region since 2014!
The student-led volunteer program coordinates all efforts to transfer, repackage, weigh and log all recovered items from campus locations, then organize the distribution to the campus food pantry as well as to local agencies.
The Razorback Food Recovery is part of Food Recovery Network, a national network of college and university students fighting waste and feeding people.
Did you know?
“The University of Arkansas was one of the first schools in the SEC to start a food recovery operation.”“The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recognized the university for its leadership, collaboration with businesses and effectiveness in food recovery.”
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“Learn More” about Razorback Food Recovery below.