Our Food Donors
Every day, we rescue perishable food before it goes to waste and deliver it to those in need.
Waste Not collects fresh food from more than 70 generous local food businesses including restaurants, catering companies, resorts, grocery stores, and event venues, that consistently donate their excess perishable food that would otherwise go to waste.
This good food is delivered, same day, to our network of nonprofits who provide critical community services, such as housing and employment assistance. Our fleet of refrigerated vehicles and volunteer MealConnect drivers are the backbone of our program and eliminate the need for expensive storage facilities.
Our food donors are committed to reducing food waste by donating meals to meet the need of the nearly 1 million people in Arizona are struggling with food insecurity.
AJ'S Fine Foods
Arcadia Farms Cafe
Arizona Culinary Institute
AZ Premier Catering
Banner Thunderbird Medical Center
Better 4 You Meals
Camelback Golf Resort
Courtyard By Marriott Chandler
Creations In Cuisine
Doubletree Paradise Valley
Fabulous Foods Fine Catering & Events
Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Resort
Food City Market
Fresh Bites Foods
Horizon Food Sales
Jonathan Robins Bakery
Mesa Arts Center
Neiman Marcus Cafe
Oakland Athletics Hohokam Stadium
Phoenix Baptist Hospital
Salad and Go
Santa Barbara Catering
St Vincent de Paul/ AAFB
Sun Devil Marketplace
Tempe Academy of International Studies
Tempe Mission Palms
The Brat Haus
The Camby Hotel
Westin Kierland Resort & Spa
Donate Excess Food From Your Business!
If you are a food business* with excess perishable food, you don’t need to throw it away!
We offer a simple solution for reducing your food waste while feeding those who are experiencing food insecurity. Our drivers value your food just as much as you do -- they are trained in food safety to ensure that the food you donate truly nourishes our community.
If you’re ready to donate, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please note that we only accept food donations from organizations with licensed commercial kitchens, such as restaurants, grocery, caterers, and event venues.
The Good Samaritan Food Donation Act of 1996 protects donors from liability when food and grocery products are donated in good faith to nonprofits who feed those in need.
It's because of this legislation and the generosity of our food donors, that we are able to collect and deliver so much good food to those who need it most.