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The Food Recovery Network at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is working with students to use recovered food to provide free community meals. The goal of the Food Recovery Network is to target both food waste and food insecurity. Any food that is left over from the breakfast, lunch, or dinner rush will be saved and redistributed to students at no cost. This allows the food that would otherwise be thrown out to be saved and used for those who struggle with food insecurity.