The Central Illinois Foodbank recently received their highest score on an AID Audit which measures the standards of Food Distribution Centers. Out of 1,000 possible points in the audit, Central Illinois Foodbank scored a 950 which is the highest score they’ve received in their previous two audits. Public Relations Manager Ashely Earnest breaks down what the score means.
Earnest says it is their main responsibility to keep the food that they store, and distribute, is clean as well as safe.
Earnest, and the food bank understand that with the amount of people they reach, cleanliness is always necesarry.
Central Illinois Foodbank distributes 9 million pounds of food annually.