Home

Our Main Mission
Outside2Inside is on a mission to reduce food waste by preventing, recovering, and recycling
Join Our Hands
F2S_wonky_produce_farmers_market_with_volunteers_opt
F2S_Superhero1
Sacred_Heart_KFWA_Pgm_2018
DSC3454_opt
SriramHoldingGoat
_DSC3407-2
IMG_3672
_DSC3365-2
Animal_Feed_4
_DSC3367-2
Salvation_Army
VijayWithLamb
previous arrow
next arrow

How do we help reduce food waste?

Our impact since we started

Volunteer Hours
1000 +
Produce_Icon_1-opt
lbs Produce Recovered
1000 +
People Fed with Food
100 +
People made Self-Aware
100 +

Help us reach our goals

Food Waste Awareness Programs
40%
Food Recovery Programs
30%
Food Waste Recycle Programs
5%

Latest Blog Posts

Irvington high schoolers’ experience at Outside2Inside

How can one person make a difference in the global fight against climate change? That is the question we, Diya Kavasseri, Wendy Li, and Russell Sue asked ourselves as we embarked our journey with Outside2Inside. What started out as a simple project for us turned into an exciting opportunity to make a difference. As we researched climate change, we quickly learned that the greenhouse gasses emitted from food waste in landfills are one of the most harmful and preventable parts

Read More »

Food Waste Recovery Programs Revolutionizing Hunger Relief

Within our human nature, we often grapple with the age-old philosophical question: Can the actions of one person truly make a difference? When it comes to a single meal, the unequivocal answer is a resounding “yes.” In an age where hunger and food waste are widespread concerns, the solution lies within the innovative domain of food recovery programs. These initiatives underscore the impact of individual choices and represent a collective effort to address two pervasive global issues: the scourge of

Read More »

Trash Talk: The Multimillion-Dollar Price Tag of Food Waste in Cities

Amidst every city’s hustle, glitz, and glamor lies a costly secret hidden in plain sight- food waste.  According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), food waste accounts for 30-40 percent of the nation’s food supply. To put that into perspective, this amounted to an astonishing 133 billion pounds of food, valued at nearly $161 billion, lost in 2010 alone.  In relation to food waste costs within urban settings, dealing with issues ranging from spoilage to transportation and food processing

Read More »

With the help of our partners we are making a difference

News

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much." – Helen Keller

Our Team and Gallery

What our Partners have to say

For more Testimonials

Subscribe to O2I Magazine

Learn about Outside2Inside, its mission, vision and programs to reduce Food Waste!.