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FRN Founder Lauded For Eliminating Food Waste

Food Recovery Network (FRN) founder Ben Simon wanted to eliminate waste at his college cafeteria and help others. His bright idea is sparking a national movement enabling college students to help others -- and keeping tons of food out of landfills.

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FRN added six new chapters in 2012: Providence College, University of Texas at Austin, Scripps/Harvey Mudd/Claremont McKenna, Rhode Island School of Design, University of Michigan, and Rochester Institute of Technology. Along with the original chapters at University of Maryland College Park, Brown University, Pomona College, and University of California Berkeley, these student volunteers are helping to reduce landfills and feed the hungry in their communities.

Learn more about how you can support such efforts at The Hunger Site's Gifts The Give More page.

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