You are what you eat, and we are committed to providing greater access to fresh fruits and vegetables. We consider the overall nutritional quality of foods that we source and distribute through our network.
We are committed to operating a clean facility and network of agencies to keep food fresh and safe, while offering resources on food safety education and food recall notices affecting our region.
We are aware of the impact of our operations, which is why the Food Bank is committed to environmental efforts that make positive social and ethical contributions in our community.
We serve diverse community members and organizations and believe that diversity makes us stronger. We are committed to equality and inclusion and strive for a work environment where everyone feels respected, welcomed and accepted.