In the current fiscal year, Kitchens for Good is projected to rescue 50,000 lbs. of edible food that would otherwise go to the landfill this year, according to the company. Photos courtesy of Kitchens for Good.

In the current fiscal year, Kitchens for Good is projected to rescue 50,000 lbs. of edible food that would otherwise go to the landfill this year, according to the company. Photos courtesy of Kitchens for Good.

Since its founding in 2014, Kitchens for Good, a nonprofit that tackles issues of food waste, poverty and hunger, has helped more than 300 individuals transition from incarceration, homelessness and foster care to careers in the culinary industry...

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