Earth Day is right around the corner. This coming Saturday, to be precise. Anyway, it’s a perfect opportunity to take action and heal the environment.
Hungry Harvest, the Baltimore-based social enterprise that delivers damaged but edible produce to its subscribers, is celebrating Earth Day with an opportunity for new subscribers to help reduce food waste. The company expanded to Philly last year after securing some high-profile venture capital on ABC’s Shark Tank.
Every new subscriber who uses the code EARTHDAY to sign up for the delivery service gets a whopping 25 percent off their order. Plus, Hungry Harvest will rescue an additional pound of produce to donate to food bank Philabundance. That’s on top of the one-to-two pounds the company already donates to the hunger relief organization with every delivery.
According to a press release, Hungry Harvest has rescued more than 3 million pounds of produce and donated over 450,000 pounds date. That’s a lot of food that would have otherwise wound up in landfills.
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