Food Stash Foundation and Peko Produce Continue Partnership to Fight Food Waste

  • Two Vancouver-based and women-led organizations extends partnership to reduce food waste in our city
  • Portion of proceeds from all Peko Boxes help fund Food Stash’s Mission to give dignified access to people experiencing food insecurity 


Starting December 28th, 202260% of Peko's proceeds from all boxes on both delivery days (Sunday and Wednesday) will now go into supporting Food Stash’s operations. Since our successful pilot back in October 2022, shoppers were able to save on groceries, rescue food from going to waste and support local charity Food Stash Foundation, which helps feed more than 350 food insecure individuals weekly while also supplying rescued food to over 30 charities who collectively serve about 15,000 a week. 

With the new year approaching, it seemed like the perfect time to continue this project that will help prevent edible food from ending up in our landfills. Every box weighs 10-12lbs and has 9-10 variety of organic as well as conventional produce. Subscribe to get your fruit and vegetable box at a discounted price of $29.99, or place a one-time order at $32.99. 


About Food Stash Foundation: Established in 2016 to prevent good food from going to waste and provide dignified food access. Food Stash rescues over 85,000 pounds of surplus perishable food per month from 20 local grocery stores and wholesalers. About 75% of this healthy food is delivered to over 30 community-serving partner organizations, and the remainder is provided directly to community members through Rescued Food Box home deliveries and a pay-what-you-feel Rescued Food Market. To learn more about Food Stash, visit

About Peko Produce: Peko Produce is Western Canada’s first online delivery service dedicated to “peculiar” & surplus groceries at up to 40% off retail prices. Initially started as a passion project by two university students to fight food waste, Peko has diverted 150,000+ lbs of food from going to the landfill and saved customers $500,000+ in grocery bills since May 2021.


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