There's a fundamental absurdity in the U.S. food system. While 1 in 8 Americans struggle with hunger, 40% of food produced in the U.S. is thrown away. As America's grocer, we want to be part of the solution, and we have the size, scale and dedicated associates to make it happen. Kroger's Zero Hunger | Zero Waste social impact plan is our commitment to ending hunger in our communities and eliminating waste across our company by 2025.
Zero Waste Recipes
Households waste more than $1,300 in unused food each year. That’s crazy! But you don’t have to throw food (and money) away any longer. Our Zero Waste recipe series provides great ways to transform produce that’s “on the edge” (and other food items you might normally throw out) into delicious dishes. Check out this month’s video below, and see more ideas here.
Zero Waste: Baklava with Apples
Ready for delicious taste and zero waste? This yummy dessert recipe combines sliced Fuji apples and sweet baklava, for a flavorful twist on the traditional.
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Zero Hunger: Apple Journey
Did you know that 1 in 5 produce items are thrown out for cosmetic reasons, while 1 in 9 Americans still struggle with hunger? There’s no reason for fresh, perfectly nutritious produce to be wasted, and through The Zero Hunger I Zero Waste Food Rescue Program, we’re making sure these fruits and vegetables go to the people who need them.
The Kroger Co. Zero Hunger | Zero Waste Foundation in Action
Our new public charity is focused on ending hunger and food waste in America. Check out the videos below to see how we’re partnering with some remarkable organizations to provide fresh fruits and vegetables to our community members in need.