14/Nov/19 / 13:33 / Paul Shipman

Rising Transportation Costs Force Changes in our Delivery Service   Like many other organizations, Connecticut Food Bank is struggling to keep up with increasing costs for transportation, fuel, staff costs, and equipment maintenance and repairs. We can no longer absorb these costs without changing our delivery system.   In 2018, logistics costs rose 14.8% nationally […]

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14/Nov/19 / 13:26 / Paul Shipman

Rising Costs Require Changes to Membership Fees Connecticut Food Bank is non-profit, doing the very best we can with our limited resources just like you are.   After hearing from many agencies that you would like us to procure more food at cost for you to distribute to your agencies and having studied operations at […]

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14/Nov/19 / 13:21 / Paul Shipman

The Ugly Fruit Movement and the Produce Economy: What They Mean to the Charitable Food Network   The Ugly Fruit Movement is here to stay as people become more concerned about food waste and its impact on the environment. That means we are seeing decreased amounts of fresh produce that would have otherwise reached our […]

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