Indian Food Sharing Alliance

Alliance of Surplus Food Distribution Agencies to scale
up surplus food donation and prevent food waste

Contact: 155260, 8800117477 | Email:

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Care: Provide strategic policy, regulatory, and programme support to food loss and waste reduction initiatives.

Share: Facilitate safe distribution of surplus food by connecting trained food recovery agencies with food chains

Aware: Mobilize people to minimize their food wastage through widespread awareness program across the country by Food Recovery Agencies.

1 out of every 7 people in India are undernourished.

Nearly a billion go hungry worldwide, a third of our food is lost to waste.

While tonnes of food are wasted during social gatherings, buffets, retail stores, etc. The same can be safely collected and distributed to the underprivileged.

For surplus food donation call: 155262

Surplus Food Sharing Process

Coalition of Partners To Prevent Food Waste And Food Loss

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Food Donating Agencies

Surplus Food Distribution Agencies collecting food from the donors and distributing to the partners.

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Food Donation Points

Details of food donation points to distribute food.. updating soon.

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What is IFSA

Known in its full form as “Indian Food Sharing Alliance”; IFSA has been formed by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) to help solve India’s food waste and hunger crisis by working with various partner organizations, Food Recovery Agencies and NGO’s.

Why is Prevention of Food Waste Important

1.3 metric gigatons of edible food is wasted every year and at least 795 million people are undernourished worldwide. More than a third of all the food that’s produced on our planet never reaches a table.

Regulation and Guidance for safe and easy recovery of surplus food

Food Safety and Standards
(Recovery and distribution of surplus food)
Regulations, 2019

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