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Food banks play a vital role in local communities nationwide. Many food banks have been in operation for more than 20 years and receive donations from a variety of sources including USDA commodities, local and national businesses, as well as contributions from charities and private individuals. In the United States, food banks across the country serve as warehouse or distribution centers for local hunger relief organizations such as food pantries, soup kitchens, and homeless shelters. FMI is picking up the Decades of Donations research on the vital role supermarket play in their community food supply. Following 2005 research, FMI surveyed 74 member food retailers and 44 food bank executives for the 2012 data, asking how they contribute to the demand of food in light of economic changes.
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