Food Rescue Group Donates Uneaten Airline Meals To Charity

In-flight service isn’t just for people flying at 30,000 feet.

A food rescue group out of Australia is picking up leftover and perfectly edible grub from Brisbane airport and distributing it to charities in the area, TakePart reported. OzHarvest collects untouched fruit, cookies, sandwiches and hot meals that were uneaten, or weren’t served.

Every day, volunteers pick up anywhere from 441 pounds to 882 pounds of food from airlines at Brisbane.

Due to strict food safety regulations, airlines often have no choice but to discard vast amounts of food if a plane is delayed, read more >>>

Source : HuffingtonPost.Com

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