A Food Security Foundation India Initiative
Sharing Food for Sustainable Consumption

Surplus Food Distribution

IFBN connects surplus inventory of packaged food and grains from food companies to feed those in need. It thus helps save food and resources from going waste & frees up valuable warehousing space. It also saves financial and environmental costs of disposal. ​

Excess packaged food and grains on the shelves and in the warehouses of food industry is worth millions. However, good quality food is often wasted and thrown away because of surplus production and shorter remaining shelf life. India Food Banking Network manages the surplus food inventory and helps food businesses to serve this surplus food to feed those in need.
IFBN recovers the surplus inventory from warehouses of food companies and delivers it safely to Not-for-Profit institutional feeding programs at schools for under privileged children, orphanages, old aged homes, homeless shelters, charitable hospitals and to vulnerable communities to feed those in need.
1537217 kg
Packaged Food
Hub Cities
150 +
Network Organizations