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The Farmlink Project is rescuing excess food from farms and giving it to communities in need

Posted on: October 13, 2020

Source: BostInno

The coronavirus pandemic has only exacerbated the problem, causing excess yields in food supply chains. With restaurants and schools closed or operating at a limited capacity, the demand for food has decreased—and farmers have resorted to destroying their agricultural products. One nonprofit startup, the Farmlink Project, has stepped up with a solution, rescuing and transporting about 13 million pounds of food since April.


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