FareShare fired up the ovens of a kitchen the size of a basketball court in Queensland on October 9. The charity will cook up nutritious surplus food for free to help people needing a meal. The fight against hunger and food waste has been created in collaboration with Foodbank – Australia’s largest food relief organisation. FareShare Queensland … Continue reading Australia’s largest charity kitchen gets cooking in Queensland
GS1 Australia has partnered with Foodbank to help tackle Australia’s food insecurity crisis through the GS1 Australia Recall portal, with Foodbank subscribing to receive timely product recall and withdrawal notices.
Australia’s largest hunger relief organisation, Foodbank, is partnering with Optus to provide support for Australian families this Christmas.
Fifteen leading food brands in Australia are on board to donate an extra one million food items to vulnerable Australians this July through the Shop & Share campaign.
Australia’s top food brands are supporting the Foodbank campaign, with consumers triggering a one-for-one donation each time they buy certain brands at Woolworths during July.
A partnership between Foodbank, the country’s largest food relief organisation, and Simplot Australia along with its suppliers such as Kagome and Amcor, has delivered 4 million meals to people in need.
Yesterday in Parliament House Canberra, Foodbank recognised the outstanding contributions of Australian food companies in helping to fight hunger in the community.
With the help of Australia’s industry and the general public, Foodbank’s annual Food Fight campaign has almost doubled its 2015 result.
Foodbank will be able to provide 35,000 meals to Australians in need thanks to a donation of $18,900 from the Archer Daniels Midland Company
Foodbank is partnering with Thomas Foods International and Fletcher International Exports to expand the Foodbank Meat Program.
Coles and Foodbank have begun a new campaign to enable poor local families to be assisted by shoppers in South Australia.
Over 160 members of the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP), the Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA), the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) and the Queensland Supply Chain and Logistics Conference (QSCLC), spent their annual Christmas party for the sixth consecutive year with a twist.