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Rescuing Leftover Cuisine

Rescuing Leftover Cuisine (RLC) prevents consumable excess food from going to waste by diverting it to feed people instead of landfills! We engage community members as volunteer “Rescuers” to pick up surplus food from our donor partners (businesses) and deliver it to our recipient human service agency partners (HSAs, many of which are listed here), at no cost to the recipient.

This listing was last updated Oct 28, 2021

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Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 47 weeks ago

6 Whittier Place, Boston, MA, USAGet Directions

  • 4019654532

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  • Dana Siles

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Email [email protected] and we can pick up excess food to deliver to any Ample Harvest partner at no cost to them.

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