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

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

Help us reach our goals

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

Latest Blog Posts

Zero Waste Kitchens: Sustainable Practices for Food Waste

It is disturbing how much food is wasted worldwide. 1.3 billion tons of food are wasted annually, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Along with wasting precious resources, this causes the release of methane gas from decaying food, which worsens climate change. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) estimates that the financial impact of food waste is about $1 trillion annually, which is cause for concern. Zero waste kitchens are designed to produce as little

Read More »

Creative Upcycling: Turning food waste into Art and Home Décor

Food waste is a global issue that demands our attention – a third of the food produced for human consumption is reportedly wasted annually, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. This waste not only throws away priceless resources, but also worsens the environment. Despite this obstacle, a new movement called creative upcycling is widely used to turn food waste into creations that are practical and beneficial around the house. Creative upcycling entails using waste resources,

Read More »

Food Waste Auditing: How to drastically reduce food waste within our public educational institutions

According to FeedingAmerica.org, each year, Americans throw away up to 119 billion pounds of food. Coincidently, food waste reduction has recently become a major part of American’s lives now, and schools have a big part to play in developing a sustainable food system. Food waste audits is a practical strategy for reducing food waste in educational institutions – it is a methodical procedure that involves monitoring, measuring, and evaluating food waste in order to pinpoint areas that may be improved

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!.