Local food rescue organization helps avoid food waste by giving back
EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — A local food rescue organization is on a mission to reduce the amount of food that goes to waste and to help feed those struggling in our community during tough times caused by COVID-19.
No Lost Food has helped feed various shelters and families across the Sun City. The founder of the organization said the idea comes from a passion to solve world hunger issues in a way not many others are doing.
El Paso organization feeds families while reducing landfill waste
EL PASO, Texas — The need for food in El Paso was heightened during the pandemic but there is also the ongoing issue of food waste in our country.
Here in El Paso, there is an organization that is no only looking to help families who can’t put food on the table but also is doing its part to help the environment.
Rescuers seek to save excess food to feed the hungry in El Paso & Juarez
EL PASO, Texas -- According to a study from 2012, the Natural Resources Defense Council calculated that the average individual in the United States throws out an average of 400 pounds of food a year. That's just one person - not an entire family. Because of this, 'No Lost Food' was created in an attempt to prevent as much food as possible from reaching landfills as it can be toxic to the environment.
Resolution By County Commissioner David C Stout.
This was a resolution made by El Paso County commissioner David C Stout on July 12th, 2021. You can see the passed resolution on page 17 of this article.