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Foodgrace Story

It all starts from the market...

Every aspect of breeding and planting, production and processing, storage and transportation, sales, cooking and processing, and food production has the opportunity to cause a lot of waste. These food wastes will eventually become garbage and be sent to landfills. It was established in 2009. At that time, it was experiencing a financial tsunami, Hong Kong's economy was down, and the unemployment rate was rising, which made the life of the deprived group even worse. At the same time, we found that a lot of food was discarded from the supply chain. We adopt a simple and direct method: when the market closes in Tai Po, we use a trolley to greet each food stall and try to encourage them to donate the leftover food and give it to unemployed workers in Tai Po District. At that time, the society did not have a culture of recycling donated food. With the establishment of tacit understanding with vendors bit by bit, "Good Ethics" became the first community food recycling group in Hong Kong! Today, we have not only established a systematic food recycling and distribution supply chain, and continue to benefit the grassroots through leftover food, but also take the promotion of food cherishing for all people as our responsibility, and use the strategy of "recycling, education, and advocacy" to help solve local kitchen problems. I question.


Everyone cherishes food, cherishes the earth,

and builds a sustainable generation together.
We believe that we cherish food because we understand the origin of food,

and the behavior of wasting food has changed.


Promote the culture of snack food and become a global citizen

who is responsible for the environment.
Let the issue of food waste be seen, discussed,

and changed, and build a zero-waste community.

Work Strategy

Recycling and waste reduction
Food that is still edible is collected from the industry and markets, and donated to families and community groups in need in the district, avoiding sending it to landfills.

Food education
Use different methods of education tools to reconnect the public with food, attach importance to food and the earth's resources, and develop a zero-waste low-carbon lifestyle.

Community mutual assistance
Volunteers are mobilized to participate in waste reduction, and grassroots people in the district are hired as food recycling teams to create green jobs and establish a culture of mutual assistance.

Advocate training
Cooperate with colleges and universities to conduct food waste research and surveys, and propose food wise programs and policies to the public. Organize food wise training for companies and industries, and set up food waste reduction procedures to reduce and manage food waste from the source.
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