Skill-sharing session “City food recovery vs food poverty” in Milan

From 27 to 29 October 2021, FEBA and Food Bank representatives from Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Romania, and Slovenia gathered in Milan for a three-days skill sharing session organised by the European Food Banks Federation in collaboration with Fondazione Banco Alimentare Onlus (FBAO). Under the umbrella title “City food recovery vs food poverty”, the focus […]

FEAD Community Annual Conference

On 19 October 2021, FEBA participated to the FEAD Community Annual Conference taking place in Brussels and online. Together with FEBA team, FEBA members from Italy, Malta, Spain and Slovenia participated in Brussels and other FEBA members joined online. The conference had as main objectives to take stock of the role and activities of the […]

MPs in the UK call on Government to tackle food waste

Two million tonnes of fresh, unsold food is wasted in the UK every year. Funding to help farmers and food producers get this food to frontline charities has now ended. If the funding were to be extended, it could create an additional 53m meals for vulnerable families. Without it, the food will be needlessly wasted […]

A collaboration that leads to the inauguration of a new van for SIBAHE

On September 13th, SIBAHE – Slovenian Food Bank, organised an event aimed to inaugurate their new refrigerated van which will allow them to recover more and more food and to reach more charitable organisations helping people in need. The purchase of the vehicle was possible in the context of an international project entitled “FOOD NO […]

Food Banks call for more tax incentives in the fight against food waste

Food Banks call for more tax incentives in the fight against food waste 29 September has been declared International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste by the United Nations. Globally, 14% of food produced is still wasted between harvest and retail. In our country, the Belgian Federation of Food Banks plays a key […]

Why do we still need Food Banks in Europe?

Europe is one of the richest regions in the world. And yet over 96 million people in the EU (roughly 22% of the total EU population) are at risk of poverty or social exclusion. For some households, even affording nutritious food can be a challenge, which can have serious health and social consequences. This is […]