What we do
The Lost Food Project is Malaysia's leading food bank that rescues quality, nutritious surplus food that would otherwise end up in landfill, and redistributes this food to those who need it most regardless of religion, gender, age, disability or ethnic group.
How we do it
Our dedicated team of volunteers work closely with food distributors and suppliers to reduce the impact of food waste on the environment. With the cooperation and support of our partners, The Lost Food Project rescues tons of surplus food each week and gives it to our charity partners, who in turn use this food to provide nutritious meals for Malaysia’s most vulnerable people.
Since our launch in April 2016, The Lost Food Project has been able to rescue enough surplus food to provide almost 2 million meals to people in need and prevent over 1 million kilograms of carbon emissions from entering the atmosphere.
We are excited to present our first Strategic Plan, which is the result of a timely and rigorous planning process. This document outlines our commitment to growth over the next three years.
BE PART OF THE SOLUTION
You can help by giving to our cause! Every cent goes to rescuing and redistributing surplus food for those in need. Donate now
We have an ever- growing dedicated team of volunteers who are committed to tackling issues of food waste and food security in Malaysia. Join our team