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Expanding our fleet to fight hunger

When it comes to healthy food, we believe it should be eaten – not wasted. That’s why you’ll see that statement in bold letters on the side of our new Food Recovery truck. The

Sandra’s Story

Sandra stands in her black rubber rain boots in preparation for rain. She asked to only be identified by her first name. For 13 years, Alameda County Community Food Bank has hosted a legislative