To raise awareness and inspire everyone to reduce food waste at home, work and in our communities.


To create a space for EVERYONE throughout the food system to come together, share ideas and solutions and partner to conserve food.


Join us for a week of social media games and challenges, K-12 student art contests, invention marathons, presentations with special guests including celebrated local chefs and elected officials, and much more.  

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​I'm In!

What's Next ?

  1.  Register as a  Partner.

  2. Select a point person.

  3. Sign up for one of the  Partner Info Sessions: February 3 at 11:30 a.m.  or  March 1 at 3:00 p.m. 

  4.  Follow us  @SavetheFoodFL. on all social media platforms.

  5. Spread the word. Invite your partners, colleagues and friends to join us!

  6. Take a Deeper Dive.  Read the Joint FL/CA Concept Paper detailing the event.

  7. Questions? email: contact@foodwastepreventionweek.com

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Daily Messaging during the Week

Food is life, love, culture, medicine and so much more. Food Waste is a solvable problem.  The messaging of the week focuses on our connection to food, how preventing food waste saves money and sharing food waste solutions.

What is my role as a partner?

Partners amplify food conservation messaging from the Communication Toolkit which will be released at the How to Partner Info Session. The toolkit includes the Daily Social Media Calendar and templates of email blasts, organizational messaging, press releases and more.  As a partner, you are encouraged to tailor messages to fit your organization’s mission and highlight the work you are doing to reduce food waste. Individuals may get involved by reposting daily social media messages. The Food Hero Bingo Challenge

and Taking the Pledge on Friday are created to get EVERYONE involved. 

Get involved as a Sponsor of the event! 

Why is reducing food waste so important?

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Saves Money

 A family of four can save an average $1800 annually.


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Protects the Environment

Safeguards critical natural resources of land, water, and energy used to grow food.

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Reduces Hunger

Up to 3 million tons of food is wasted annually. Recovered food provides an additional source of nutritious food.



2022 Partners! 

360 Eats, Inc
Audacy Government Division
Better Food Alliance
Broward County Natural Resources Division
Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management at Florida International University
City of Atlanta - Department of City Planning
City of Gainesville Solid Waste Division
City of Hallandale Beach
City of Largo
City of Orlando 
City of Sarasota, Florida
City of Tampa
Democratic Women's Club of Indian River County
Dream in Green
Eco Ed Impact Corp
Edible South Florida
Environmental & Conservation Services Dept. School District of Palm Beach County
Farmer Will Allen
Feeding Florida
Feeding South Florida
Filthy Organics, LLC
Florida Atlantic Florida Food Policy Council
Florida Keys Children's Shelter
Florida PTA
Food Recovery Network
Food Rescue US- South Florida 
Green Girl Events
Hillsborough County
Manatee County Government

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McArthur High School
Miami Beach South Pointe Elementary 
Miami Dade County Council of PTAs/PTSAs
NC DEQ - Recycling and Materials Management
New Renaissance Middle School
New River Gardens
North Florida Green Chamber of Commerce
Nourishing Lives Inc.
O-Town Compost Inc.
Orange County Public Schools
Orlando City Soccer Club
OVG / Spectra 
Pentecostal Gospel Temple Ministries
Pinellas County Department of Solid Waste
SC DHEC/Don't Waste Food SC
Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida
Society of St. Andrew
Solid Waste Disposal District of Indian River County
South Florida Hunger Coalition
Southern Waste Information Exchange, Inc.     (SWIX)
St. Johns County BOCC
Sustainable Events Network, Florida & Caribbean
SWDD Indian River County
Tampa Bay Lightning 
Thompson Household
Transition Sarasota Inc
UF/IFAS Extension, Broward County
University of Florida
University of Florida / IFAS Extension - Central District
University of Florida IFAS Extension Family Nutrition Program
Urban Health Partnerships
Valencia College
Volusia County Solid Waste Division
Zellwood Elementary School 

2022 Sponsors

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Food Waste Prevention Week Planning Team

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