Food Collection & Distribution

Food Collection Drive at Royal Bank of Scotland 2018

We are running a food collection drive at corporate offices of Royal Bank of Scotland in Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Gurgaon and Mumbai. Do Good, Feel Good! Come and participate at Food Bank Donation points in your office and Get the Do Good Factor.


IFBN - Nestle MILO Ready to Drink Distribution

Nestle India partnered with IFBN and delivered nourishing MILO RTD in 180 ml tetrapaks to India Food Banking Network. IFBN distributed 41627 packs of MILO RTD. It was a healthy, tasty and nourishing treat for over 20000 children in eight cities. We join the children in saying a big THANK YOU !! to Nestle India.


Collection and distribution of Britannia Biscotti fruitcakes

Food Distribution Drive, Fighting Hunger

India Food Banking Network offers a food management solution for excess food inventory and helps food businesses to innovatively save this surplus food products to feed those in need. IFBN recovers their surplus inventory from shelves and warehouses of food businesses and delivers it safely to Not for Profits to feed those in need especially children in schools.
We served 41,472 packs of Britannia Biscotti Fruit-n-Nut and Choconut cakes at schools for underprivileged across 8 locations in India. Thousands of children in Delhi, Noida, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Bangalore, and Mumbai received nutritious and tasty Biscotti Fruit-n-Nut cakes.


22 tons of Glucose biscuit distributed to several lakh students in Mumbai, Kolkata and Bangalore

We organized a massive food distribution drive with Britannia Industries and our foodbanking partners at Bangalore, Mumbai and Kolkata to distribute 22 tons of Glucose biscuit to children at schools for underprivileged. On behalf of these kids we would like to express our gratitude to an amazing team at Britannia, the State govt. of Kolkata for distributing it at Municipal run schools and our foodbanking partners at Bangalore and Mumbai.


Food Drive with Times Foundation on World Food Day

TIMES FOUNDATION in association with INDIA FOOD BANKING NETWORK (IFBN) launched - Eat Well, Study Well programme for children studying in schools for underprivileged.
The employees at the group companies participated by donating packaged dry grains such as rice, wheat flour, pulses, biscuits & packaged drinking water in the drop boxes kept at office premises.


IFBN - Sodexo Food Drive

Sodexo IFBN Food Drive April 2015

India Food Banking Network in collaboration with Sodexo conducted a food drive in three cities – Delhi-NCR, Chennai and Bangalore under Sodexo's Global Servathon initiative. The Food Drive took place at 55 sites of Sodexo at Ghaziabad & Noida, Bangalore and Chennai.


IFBN Food Drive with Britannia and Rotary Clubs - March 2015

IFBN organized a massive food distribution drive at national scale in collaboration with Britannia India and Rotary Clubs. The Rotary Clubs played an end-to-end role of picking the inventory from Britannia warehouses and distributing it within their localities & partner organizations, schools, institutes, etc.


IFBN Food Drive with Britannia and Annakshetra

About 212 cartons of different commodities from Britannia India were distributed to people from various beneficiary sites of Annakshetra. Among these beneficiaries, 1157 were children, 1046 women and 872 men including laborers of Muhana Mandi, waste workers and rag-pickers from Mansarovar and Pratap Nagar slums benefited from the food distribution drive.

Britannia products were also distributed during Annakshetra feeding programs.


Feeding Programme at Ghaziabad and Noida FoodBank

Children at lunch at one of the feeding programs at Grace Care Foundation in Noida supported by the Ghaziabad Noida Food Bank.


Mumbai - Rotary Club of Bombay Sea Coast distributes cakes to 3500 children

India Food Banking Network in collaboration with Rotary Club of Bombay Sea Coast collected and distributed 3510 packs of high quality cakes from Britannia just before Christmas to 3500 children in three BMC schools in Mumbai.