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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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PonyUp for Good key milestone reached!

PonyUp for Good key milestone reached!

In October 2016, SecondBite announced a unique partnership with Social Enterprise, PonyUp for Good, with whom we share values centred around waste reduction and a better use of resources. This week we are proud to announce this exciting partnership has supported us to deliver a key milestone of 250,000 fresh

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2018 Melburnian of the Year

2018 Melburnian of the Year

Congratulations to our founders Ian and Simon Carson who were jointly awarded Melburnian of the Year 2018. The awards recognise Melburnians who have made significant contributions in the areas of sustainability, community, profile and multiculturalism. The Melburnian of the Year is an inspirational role model who has made an outstanding contribution to

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100 million meals reached!

100 million meals reached!

SecondBite has just reached a milestone of 50 million kilograms of food rescued and redistributed for people in need across Australia. This is equivalent to over 100 million nutritious meals!
Since our humble beginnings in 2005, SecondBite has been working with food suppliers and local community food programs

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SecondBite Agency Spotlight: Jewish House, NSW

SecondBite Agency Spotlight: Jewish House, NSW

In the course of a year, SecondBite is able to provide over 20 million meals to people doing it tough across Australia. What you may not know is that SecondBite uses two primary models for rescuing fresh food and redistributing it to community food programs that help people in need.

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Waste Not Want Not 2018

Waste Not Want Not 2018

Waste Not Want Not is back for 2018 and this year the line-up is bigger than ever!
Taking place on June 4 at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground, the event is set to be a celebration of Melbourne culture and identity,  and will feature some of Melbourne’s finest chefs- handpicked

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