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Milan Protocol

Fondazione Banco Alimentare ONLUS

Fondazione Banco Alimentare ONLUS

The Fondazione Banco Alimentare Onlus endorses the Milan Protocol, recognizing its value and contribution to the ongoing debate at international level on fundamental and actual themes such as: prevention of food waste, creation of sustainable agriculture and food systems, reduction of food poverty and promotion of healthy lifestyles.

The FBAO is pleased to contribute to the Milan Protocol with its expertise and knowledge acquired thanks a worldwide network and 25 years of experience and daily activity.

The Fondazione Banco Alimentare Onlus (hereinafter, "FBAO"), through its network of 21 Food Banks in Italy, is committed to fight against food waste and to feed the most deprived.

The FBAO was established in Italy in 1989 and since 1990 it has been a member of the European Federation of Food Banks (FEBA).

The mission of Food Banks belonging to the FBAO consists in the daily recovery of surplus food from the food supply chain and its redistribution to 8,898 charitable organizations that assist almost 2 million of deprived people in Italy. The recovery and redistribution of food products to disadvantaged people is essential not only in view of food security, but also in order to improve the sustainability of food systems and to reduce the impact of food waste on the environment.
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