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About us

SecondBite redistributes surplus fresh food to community food programs around Australia.
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Our Mission Statement

SecondBite exists to provide access to fresh, nutritious food for people in need across Australia.

We do this by stopping good food from going to waste. We rescue edible, nutritious food that was heading for landfill and give it to people in need, free of charge. For us, it’s simple: if it’s good enough to eat, it shouldn’t go to waste.
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Kilograms of food redistributed nationally
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meals provided nationally
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Community food programs currently supported

News & Events

SecondBite & Rotary: A Powerful Partnership

SecondBite & Rotary: A Powerful Partnership

SecondBite has received support from Rotary since our very beginning. This wonderful feature in Rotary Down Under Magazine’s February 2019 issue speaks to a continuing, supportive partnership between two community focused organisations. Thank you Down Under Magazine for the wonderful feature.
The SecondBite article appears on page 34-36.
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1 Million Meals Artwork Competition

1 Million Meals Artwork Competition

SecondBite are conducting an art competition to promote Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists as part of our 1,000,000 Meals to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities and Services by November 2020 pilot program.
The winner will receive $2,000 prize money and have their artwork featured on promotional material for

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Call for national food ministry featured in The Australian

Call for national food ministry featured in The Australian

Our CEO, Jim Mullan (left); Coles CEO, Steven Cain (right); and SecondBite’s longtime Ambassador and recently appointed Director Matt Preston (centre), feature in The Australian calling for a national food ministry to fight waste in Australia.
 
“Celebrity chef and author Matt Preston has urged the federal government to create

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