Eat Or Toss? Using Science to Decode Kitchen Food Waste Dilemmas

Thur, OCT. 15

Would you eat an orange that turned purple or a turnip with a maggot in it? Learn what the science says about “questionable-looking” food in this interactive class led by founder Rachael Jackson. We’ll talk through a number of household food waste/food safety dilemmas alongside loads of images and lots of fun facts about food.

This event is FREE, but you need to sign up here.



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About Community Food Rescue and the DC Food Recovery Working Group

Community Food Rescue, a program of Manna Food Center, is the coordinated food recovery network of Montgomery County, Maryland. This program enhances the good work of businesses, individuals, and organizations that already recover and redistribute perfectly good food to people experiencing hunger.

The DC Food Recovery Working Group comprises a variety of partners from food banks, non-profits, and for-profits working on food recovery, DC government agencies, local environmental and sustainability organizations, and food recovery advocates. The Working Group promotes food recovery programs, organizations, and resources, and develops new food recovery partnerships, programs, and resources for greater DC.

Community Food Rescue Because food is a terrible thing to waste