The Food Rescue Partnership is looking at current food waste and food rescue practices throughout the Quad Cities. To accomplish this, we developed a food rescue questionnaire to gauge the successes and barriers your food establishment and/or retail food store experiences as well as identify areas for improvement in our community.
Community Transformation Consultant at the Scott County Health Department, Christina McDonough and FRP Secretary says, “It is important for the Food Rescue Partnership to collect data on current food waste and food rescue practices to justify the need and predicted impact when applying for grants to fund a community food rescue intervention.”
The survey will likely take you less than five minutes. Information collected will be reviewed by the Food Rescue Partnership to create a food rescue action plan for the Quad Cities. Thank you for your participation.