What Really Happened To All The Leftover Oscars Food This Award Season

For the first time in history, it was a ‘no food wasted zone!’

Thanks to one generously good deed and an ingenious actress with a kind heart, the mountainous piles of Oscar leftovers were part of a ‘no food wasted’ initiative. Celebrating talent in life, the organization made history … feeding over 800 mouths in the process.

The gorgeously stunning Freida Pinto is to blame. As a Hollywood starlet, self-proclaimed activist, and Global Citizen Ambassador, the actress did her part to conserve.

She partnered with Copia this 2017 awards season, sharing the San Francisco-based company’s waste-reducing technology with local communities.

When all was said and done, over 800 delicious plate settings were sent off to feed the hungry.

From the yummy starters and delicate seafood options to enormous entrees and delectable desserts, there was a full spread to be scarfed!

Catering to the stars, the 89th annual Oscar’s Awards Ceremony fed nearly the entire city of Los Angeles.

Wolfgang Puck chipped in, sizzling up the menu for the Governor’s Ball after party (his 23 years of practice definitely helped).

“Our aim is to ensure that no one goes hungry in our film and TV town of Los Angeles by recovering leftover foods from all of our big parties and events,” Pinto explained prior to the event.

The ‘no food wasted’ initiative didn’t stop there! Posting an Instagram photo from the Spirit Awards, the actress captioned the image with a whopping statistic of the partnership’s progress thus far …

In the recent months, Copia and Pinto managed to share over 800 meals with the hungry! At this rate, the generous community advocates will need a few more chefs! … Rumor is there’s room on the red carpet.

The ‘no food wasted’ initiative didn’t stop there! Posting an Instagram photo from the Spirit Awards, the actress captioned the image with a whopping statistic of the partnership’s progress thus far …

In the recent months, Copia and Pinto managed to share over 800 meals with the hungry! At this going rate, the two-person team will need a few more chefs! … Rumor is there’s room on the red carpet.

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