Refood’s love mischief for the world means less organic waste in landfills and more healthy food getting to those who can’t afford it. “Refood is a Canadian social enterprise which converts excess or defected produce of local vendors into healthy lunches for homeless people and elementary school students,” says Refood.
Here’s how they do it.
STEP ONE: We pick up excess produce from local grocery stores, farms, restaurants.
Credits and References:
Luke 18:35-43, Psalm 116:2 Close-up of Eric Gill relief, Moorfields Eye Hospital The words here,’Domine, ut videam’ (Lord, that I may see!), comprised the answer, according to the Gospel of Mark, to Jesus’s question to the blind beggar Bartimaeus who called out to him in Jericho by Ceridwen [CC BY-SA 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
“Christ and Apostles” by Georges Rouault, 1871-1958
“Healthy Food Box” Creative Commons.