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the Covid-19 pandemic
These are our lessons learned from running an essential business in a pandemic.Read More
advocating for change
While we’re working to meet an immediate need for fresh, healthy food, we’re also committed to addressing the root causes of hunger and climate change and building a fairer food system.Learn More
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Lovin’ Spoonfuls began intentional work around DEI in 2018, and we continue to prioritize our commitment to it.Read More
At Lovin’ Spoonfuls we are committed to providing innovative solutions to food insecurity, rescuing and distributing fresh food in the same day.Learn More
Bridging the gap
Between abundance and need...
Lovin’ Spoonfuls is dedicated to facilitating the rescue and distribution of healthy, fresh food that would otherwise be discarded throughout Greater Boston, MetroWest, Hampden County and beyond. Breaking new ground in the food rescue movement, we connect community resources by linking grocery stores, produce wholesalers, and farms to local meal programs and social service entities serving those in need.
We’re doing it
More than three-quarters of surplus food comes from perishable items. We are the bridge between abundance and need, providing fresh, healthy food to our neighbors who need it most, the day we rescue it.
OVER 75,000 LBS WEEKLY
Grocery stores, produce wholesalers, farms, farmers markets
Same day delivery
Refrigerated delivery vehicles, professionally trained drivers, mobile inventory tracking system
38,000 PEOPLE WEEKLY
Homeless shelters, soup kitchens, food pantries, domestic violence agencies, senior centers, after school programs, meal delivery services, and more
News & updates
What you need to know about “expiration dates”
Recently, a member of our team – who shall remain nameless to protect the guilty – confessed something many of us could relate to: “Before I worked around food (and food people!) I went for the milk at the far back of the grocery store fridge. ‘You could feel good about Hood,’ I thought, but […]Read More