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Austin Restaurant Weeks Raises Money for Central Texas Food Bank
For the next few weeks, eat your way around town for a good cause
DAILY Food  August 14, 2018, by Emily Beyda
"...Hunger is a serious problem in Texas. According to the Central Texas Food Bank, one in six Texans aren’t sure where their next meal is coming from..."

As the City Strives for Zero Waste, Where Does Food Fit In?
Bringing farm-to-table back to the farm
Food Story  October 12, 2017, by Veronica Meewes
"...Larger nonprofit organizations have the bandwidth and infrastructure to bring in much larger quantities. Keep Austin Fed saves over 55,000 pounds of food each month, and of the 38 million pounds of food Central Texas Food Bank distributed in the 2015-16 fiscal year, 19 million pounds were rescued from restaurants, retailers, distributors, and farms..."

Imperfect Produce Focuses on Reducing Food Waste
How ‘bout them (tiny, lopsided) apples?
Food Story  November 8, 2018, by Alisha McDarris
"...They source fruits and vegetables directly from farmers, rescuing the stuff that never makes it to grocery stores so it can be shipped off to subscribers for up to 30% less than what they might pay for the same items (albeit slightly more uniform in appearance) at their local H-E-B. If the company ends up with more than it needs, they donate it to a food bank..."

Health-Conscious Alpaca Market’s Vending Machines Serve Jars of Fresh Food
Goodbye Little Debbie, hello kale salad
Food Story  April 12, 2018, by Alisha McDarris
"...When they returned to Austin, they sold the franchises and made their new mission providing nutritious fast food to everyone – those looking for an easy lunch and families struggling to afford quality groceries. Alpaca Market donates a portion of each sale to various food charities in Austin, including Central Texas Food Bank, and because the food in each kiosk is made fresh every day, the unsold leftovers are donated to places like Keep Austin Fed...."

Food: Summer Snapshot
Highlights from the summer foodie calendar
Food Story  May 18, 2017
"...Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival Can you handle the heat? The largest celebration of hot sauce in the world returns to lend a hand to the Central Texas Food Bank. Aug..."

Deep in the Heart of West, Texas, Part 1
How you can help our neighbors in West
DAILY Emergency  April 18, 2013, by Kate X Messer
"...• Capital Area Food Bank has a detailed list of needs and strategies...."

Texas Bands Together Part II
Concerts over the next few weeks benefit victims of Central TX floods
DAILY Emergency  June 15, 2015, by Alexa Harrington
"...Hays Co. Food Bank Flood Benefit When: Thu., June 18, 2pm Where: The Moontower Saloon, 10212 Manchaca Who: Weldon Hensen, Eddie & the Evereadys, Andy Macintyre, and delicious Salt Lick barbecue How much: Donation based All proceeds go to Hays County Food Bank..."

Food-o-File: Weekend Lagniappe
A little extra Austin food news
DAILY Food  April 4, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• Earlier this week, city officials and members of the media joined the directors of the Capitol Area Food Bank as they broke ground on the new building to be constructed at 6500 Metropolis Drive. The new 135,00 square foot facility will greatly increase the agency's food distribution capacity in their mission to feed the hungry in the Central Texas counties served by CAFB..."

Texas Bands Together
Concerts over the next few weeks benefit victims of Central TX floods
DAILY Emergency  June 2, 2015, by Alexa Harrington
"...She’s right, it’s not too late to help Central Texas get dried off and back on its feet, and you can do your part by doing what you do best: drinking beer and enjoying live music. So come on out, donate, and have a good time! FOOTBALLERS FOR FLOOD RELIEF 
What: Bar crawl 
When: Sat, June 6, 1-6pm 
Where: 
Bar 96, 96 Rainey, 1pm 
Container Bar, 90 Rainey, 2-6pm 
Clive Bar, 609 Davis, 3-6pm 
How much: Donation based 
All donations go to Capital Area Food Bank of Texas..."

Food-O-File
Food Column  April 11, 1997, by Virginia B. Wood
"...There are also other local alternatives for fighting hunger. Interested parties can purchase square feet of the new Capital Area Food Bank Distribution Center for only $54 per foot..."

Food Events
Feed yourself and your community with these foodie events
Food Story  November 18, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...› Austin's annual Empty Bowl Project benefiting the Kid's Cafe of the Capital Area Food Bank takes place at the Marchesa Hall (6406 N. I-35 #3100) with custom bowls created by local potters filled with delectable soups from some of Austin's finest restaurants..."

Food-o-File
Food editor Virginia B. Wood makes corrections on the Chronicle's recent "Barbecue Dynasties" article and updates readers on local goings-on.
Food Column  November 23, 2001, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Guests (over 21, of course) will get tips about how to host a sophisticated holiday party, complete with trendy appetizer ideas and hip new seasonal drinks. The event is free, with an invitation, and there will be a raffle and silent auction to benefit the Capital Area Food Bank..."

Food-O-File
Food Column  November 20, 1998, by Virginia B. Wood
"...What a smart idea! ClayWays Pottery Studio & Gallery (5442 Burnet, 459-6445) has once again enlisted the talents of local potters and soup chefs to raise money to feed hungry Central Texans with the Empty Bowl Project 1998. The clever event takes place this Sunday, November 22, 11am-4pm, at the ClayWays studio and benefits the Capital Area Food Bank (8201 S..."

Food-O-File
Food Column  November 10, 1995, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The Capital Area Food Bank's 10th Annual Hometown Harvest community-wide food drive will take place Nov. 12-19..."

Food-o-File
Considering the date, it's likely all your Christmas shopping is already done, but Cuisines Editor Virginia B. Wood has some ideas for gifts that keep giving long after the wrapping paper has been thrown away.
Food Column  December 22, 2000, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Culinary history buffs of all ages could appreciate this membership... Capital Area Food Bank (8201 S..."

Food-o-File
Texas summer perks: peaches, wine, and Lockhart barbecue
Food Column  July 6, 2012, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The remodel of the campus-area Kerbey Lane Cafe (2606 Guadalupe) is now complete and the restaurant has reopened for business. In other Kerbey news, the homegrown chain's annual summer food drive benefiting the Capital Area Food Bank is in full swing because summer is the peak time for needs at local food pantries..."

Food-o-File
The Capital Area Food Bank could use a hand; plus, ring in the season with events all over town
Food Column  December 9, 2005, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The devastating events of the past year have put a tremendous strain on our area's food safety net. The Capital Area Food Bank (8201 S..."

Food-o-File
RSVP for a Kitchen Nightmares taping – if you dare
Food Column  August 19, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Kerbey Lane Cafe's recent summer Can and Cookie charity drive raised more than $2,500 for the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas, providing meals for 12,000 hungry Central Texans. In other big Kerbey Lane news, the South Austin location and commissary will be moving into a larger, more modern space in the Corners shopping center farther south on Lamar later this year...."

Food-o-File
Sam Eaves swims for another shore, Central Texas barbecue is hotter than ever, and your Valentine's Day is all taken care of
Food Column  January 30, 2004, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Once again, we've got the best Valentine's Day deal in town for you. In our ongoing joint venture with the Alamo Drafthouse and Austin RentAll Party to benefit the Capital Area Food Bank, we're presenting the quirky romantic comedy Woman on Top starring Spanish beauty Penelope Cruz at the Alamo Drafthouse Lake Creek on Saturday, Feb..."

Food-o-File
How to give a gift and help the Austin community this holiday season.
Food Column  December 28, 2001, by Virginia B. Wood
"...If you or your company are searching for worthy nonprofit organizations for end-of-the-year charitable donations, consider both the Sustainable Food Center (236-0074, www.main.org/sfc/) and the Capital Area Food Bank (8201 S. Congress Ave., 282-2111)..."

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