KFG builds a bridge to close the gap between wasted food and hunger by rescuing and purchasing surplus and cosmetically imperfect food from wholesalers and farmers, then engaging students in its culinary job training program to transform these ingredients into nutritious meals and products for hungry families. This approach not only addresses the most immediate needs of hunger, but also tackles the root cause of poverty through a work force training program that provides individuals who are typically considered difficult to employ the skills to become self-sufficient.
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Kitchens for Good breaks the cycle of food waste, poverty, and hunger through workforce training, healthy food production and social enterprise.
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