Food waste recovery partnership

“This is what health care can look like” quote over the image of a food service professional separating surplus hospital food for donation.

An innovative hospital-nonprofit partnership has led to recovering thousands of pounds of food and getting it to the people who need it — while cutting costs and greenhouse gases.

The story of Davis Community Meals and Housing and Sutter Health in Davis, California shows what is possible when health care is taken outside the walls of the hospital and provided in collaboration with the community.

This film is part of our “Partners in promoting health and equity: Stories of health care and community” series exploring a new role for health care organizations where partnerships like this one can enrich the health and well-being of the people they serve.

Learn more about the Sutter’s story and how hospitals can reduce food waste

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