Feeding San Diego partnered with the SDTA to host a webinar on Feb. 9, 2022, titled “Feed People, Not Landfills: How to Get Ahead With Food Donations and Senate Bill 1383 Compliance.”
There’s a new law in California you need to know about: SB 1383, California’s new organic waste and surplus food recovery legislation.
Starting in 2024, restaurants, hotels, event venues and health facilities will be required to donate excess food to a food recovery organization. Feeding San Diego can be your solution to SB 1383 compliance, so that you can avoid fines, provide food to San Diegans facing hunger and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Feeding San Diego is the county’s leading hunger relief and food rescue organization and has a team of food rescue experts who can help you figure out your food recovery strategy.
What was covered during this webinar
On Feb. 9, Feeding San Diego hosted a 30 minute live webinar with Patty O’Connor, Feeding San Diego’s Chief Supply Chain Officer, and Kate Garrett, Feeding San Diego’s Food Rescue Manager. In this 30 minute presentation, you will…
- Learn the basics of SB 1383 and how Feeding San Diego works with food donors.
- Find out how you can partner with Feeding San Diego and become a food donor well ahead of the 2024 compliance date.
- Hear about MealConnect, Feeding San Diego’s app that allows food donors to post donations in real time.
- See a case study covering Feeding San Diego’s partnership with the San Diego Zoo.
- Listen to answers about excess food donations to Feeding San Diego.