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IMPORTANT FIGURES
Figures that inspire us to work harder
Meals Served
4,653,335
We have provided over 4,653,335 meals since March 2011.

Food Rescued
4,004,282
We have rescued over 4,004,282 kg of surplus food from going to the landfills since March 2011.
WHO DO WE SERVE
Ratio of Food Angel beneficiaries
Deprived Elderly
71%
Children from Low Income Families
20%
Unemployed
3%
Disabled and People in Rehabilitation
4%
Others (Caged Home Dwellers, Homeless etc. )
2%
FOOD WASTE
Over 3,300 tons of food is discarded every day
Food Waste
3,300
Over 3,300 tons of surplus food is discarded in Hong Kong every day.
Food Industry
33%
Approximately, 33% of the food waste comes from food industries.
Tax Money
2.4M
The Hong Kong Government spends $2.4 million of our tax money on processing waste every day.
Full Landfills
2020
All three of Hong Kong's landfills are due to be full by 2020.
Methane
25x
Food waste produces a lot of methane, a greenhouse gas which is 25 times more damaging to the Earth than carbon dioxide.
POVERTY & HUNGER
In 2016, around 1/7 of Hong Kong's 7-million population is living in poverty
Poverty
#1
Hong Kong elderly are the poorest among developed countries.
People in Poverty
0.99M
In 2016, it is estimated that around 996,000 people in Hong Kong is living in poverty, which is about 1/7 of the total population.
Poverty Line
$4,000
People living under the poverty line means those who earn less than HK$4,000 per month.
Children in Poverty
1/5
Over 1/5 children in Hong Kong live in poverty.
Elderly in Malnutrition
1/3
1 in 3 elderly citizens struggle to meet basic nutritional needs in Hong Kong.
The Employed Poor
10%
10% of our poor are employed but are still living in severe poverty.
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