Yah! This has been Food Shift's vision since our launch in 2012 and we very much look forward to working with Alameda County to build this model! Learn more about our vision and our work here: http://www.wehatetowaste.com/food-shift-food-recovery/
Thanks for this research! I encourage you to check out Food Shift's report: www.foodshift.net/report and the research/program we did with Andronico's Community Market in Berkeley: http://foodshift.net/blog/andronicos-program-surpasses-expectations-10000-pounds-recovered-27000-saved/.