Food Depot

New Brunswick’s Food Security Source

Serving the Frontline on Hunger

Food Depot Alimentaire (FDA) is a registered, non-profit charitable organization that serves food banks, community kitchens, after-school programs and other supportive agencies across New Brunswick. Our primary functions include food storage and distribution, fundraising and food collection, security and advocacy for the people we serve and the agencies we support.

For many New Brunswickers and Canadians, hunger is a real challenge that they must face in their daily lives.

On average, Moncton’s two community kitchens serve 740 meals to men, women and children each day.

In this past year, we have…..

  • Supplied food banks and soup kitchens with more than 2.5 million pounds of food.
  • Served more than 1,100,000 meals, 30,000 of which were served to families. Out of these 30,000 families, a little more than 40,000 adults and 18,000 children under the age of 18 were fed.
  • Logged more than 20,000 volunteer hours at our distribution centre. This doesn’t include the numerous volunteers at individual food banks.

Student Nutrition Program

Providing healthy breakfasts in schools

For more info 

Visit the Breakfast Club of Canada’s Website

Our student nutrition program is:

  • Available free of charge to ALL schools in Francophone and Anglophone that are located in Moncton
  • Bulk purchasing and storing capacity through a central Hub
  • Gives ALL students have access to a nutritious breakfast on a daily basis
  • Support with program resources and opportunities for equipment grants through Breakfast Clubs of Canada

Fully Accessible To

Anglophone East School District
Francophone South School District

Expansion 2021-2022
Anglophone West School District.

support the student nutrition program by donating

Food Recovery Program

Together we can make Moncton a zero waste city

In October 2016, in partnership with Food Banks Canada and the City of Moncton, the Food Depot Alimentaire launched their Greater Moncton Food Recovery Program!

The FRP is a collaborative program made up of 7 agencies across Greater Moncton who benefit from food recovered product on a weekly basis. The Food Depot Alimentaire facilitates the program by gathering retail partners to donate their food once it is ready to be pulled from the shelves, including meat, fish, produce and dairy. Our refrigerated vehicle run regular pickups based on the partners needs and once the food is returned to our warehouse it is divided among member agencies. Time-sensitive food is sent to our Medavie Community Kitchen for preservation. Food Depot Alimentaire ensures all food safety standards are met. To get involved please contact our executive director Chantal Senecal at 383-4281 ext 3 or at Together we can make Greater Moncton a ZERO waste city!

Our Participating Retailers: Sobeys, Atlantic Superstore, Atlantic Wholesale Cash & Carry and Costco.

Food Recovery Program Partners

Food Recovery Program Information

The Food Depot Alimentaire in partnership with the City of Moncton, Food Banks Canada and local non-profit food agencies have identified the need for a centralized city-wide Food Recovery Program.

Listed Members of the Food Recovery Program

  1. Peter McKee Community Food Centre
  2. Karing Kitchen
  3. Ray of Hope Kitchen
  4. House of Nazareth
  5. Harvest House
  6. Salvation Army Family and Community Services (Breakfast Program)

Program Objectives:

  • Reduce food waste specifically fresh foods in local area grocery stores and markets
  • A centralized system to bring efficiencies and reduce workload for retailers and NPOs
  • Create transportation logistics and reduce carbon food-print
  • Increase food safety by keeping the cold chain, and proper warehouse storage
  • Increase food security for individuals and families who need the food

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Our Facilities

Located in the Caledonia Industrial Park, our 12,000 square foot warehouse hosts a large walk-in freezer and refrigeration unit, which allows us to store dry, fresh and frozen food annually.

Our Team

Food Depot Alimentaire is operated by a Board of Directors, a small staff and a large group of volunteers.

Board Directors

Dale Hicks – President
Gary Jamieson – Vice President
Francis Melanson – Treasurer
 Janet Stevens – Secretary
Darlene Taylor
Mindee-Sue Walker
Keri Alberts
Chad Peters
Remi Belliveau

Honorary Board Members

Neil McKeil
Emery Brison
Ray Gould

Food Depot Alimentaire Staff

Chantal Senecal – Executive Director
Jaclyn Beaulieu – Administrative Manager
Steve MacIntyre – Director of Warehouse Operations
Ken Canning – Food Procurement & Transportation Logistics
Natalia Startsev – Inventory Controls
Don Killam – Provincial Transport Driver
Paul Henri – Student Nutrition Transport Driver
Tony Gerbert – Local Transport Driver
Nick Freeman – Forklift Operator
Donna Eagles – 5050 Coordinator
Kristine McNeil – 5050 Coordinator

Peter Mckee Community Food Centre Staff

Heather Richards – Food Centre Manager
Keashar Hanson – Food Security Coordinator
Alicia Clarkson – Garden Coordinator
Adam O Brien – Medavie Kitchen Consultant



In April 2017 in partnership with the NBAFB and Midland Transport,  the Food Depot Alimentaire launch their provincial distribution division. Located at 330 MacNaughton, the warehouse is collecting and distributing hundreds of thousands of pounds of food each month to over 61 food banks throughout all of New Brunswick.

Agencies We Support

we are also the regional hub for southeast NB, and support over 30 agencies including Food Banks, Shelters, Soup Kitchens, Supportive Organizations & School  Programs.

Other Supported Organizations

Systema, Humanity Project, Crossroads for Women, Youth of Mountain Road, AtHome Chez Soi Project, School Food Programs, Blessings in a backpack, Pregnancy Crisis Centre, Laura Steever Food Service, Eva Legere Food Service

Second Mile Food Bank

243 Lewisville Road
Moncton, NB
E1C 8T6

Linda Ayer
Tel.: (506) 857-9121
Fax: (506) 857-9121
Hours of operation
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 10 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

Karing Kitchen Inc.

75 Alma Street
Moncton, NB
E1C 4Y3

Phyllis Perry
Tel.: (506) 854-3837
Fax: (506) 858-0302
Hours of operation
Monday to Friday: 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Maison Nazareth Inc.

14 Clark Street
Moncton, NB
E1C 2V7

Deo Cuma
Tel.: (506) 858-5702
Fax: (506) 859-7819

Ray of Hope Needy Kitchen Inc.

340 Dominion Street
Moncton, NB E1C 6H8

Dan Sisk
Tel.: (506) 857-4224
Fax: (506) 857-0020
Hours of operation
Monday to Friday: 9 a.m.-12 p.m.


25 Maple Street
Petitcodiac, NB
E4Z 4M5

Vicky Crossman
Tel: (506) 756-8545

Hours of operation
Wednesday, Thursday:  10 a.m.-11:45 a.m.

PEDVAC Foundation

12 Church Street
Port Elgin, NB
E4M 2C9

Val MacDermid
Tel.: (506) 574-0091
Fax: (506) 574-0091
Hours of operation
Tuesday to Saturday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

KCVA Food Bank

9358 Main Street, Unit 4
Richibucto, NB
E4W 4C8

Ronda Robichaud
Tel.: (506) 523-7580
Fax: (506) 523-6339
Hours of operation

Tuesday to Thursday 11am to 4pm,  Closed 1st week of every month.

Kent County Volunteer Action Group

3800 Route 505
Richibouctou Village, NB
E4W 1R2

Ronald Richard
Tel.: (506) 523-9070
Fax: (506) 523-9515

Shepody Food Bank Inc.

8 Forestdale Road, P.O. Box 2155
Riverside-Albert, NB
E4H 3Y7

Janet Hoar
Tel.: (506) 882-2323
Hours of operation
Wednesday: 1 p.m.-3 p.m.

Albert County Food Bank

50 Runneymeade Road
Riverview, NB
E1B 3X9

Dianne LeBlanc
Tel.: (506) 386-7824
Fax: 386-4165
Hours of operation
Tuesday: 1-4 p.m. Wednesday: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Closed first seven days of the month 


Comité de Bénévolat de Rogersville

11133 Principal Street, #12
Rogersville, NB
E4Y 2N4

Normand Gaudet
Tel.: (506) 775-2783

Sackville & District Assistance Centre Inc.

9-B Willow Lane
Sackville, NB
E4L 4P4

Susan Bour
Tel.: (506) 536-4164
Hours of operation
Wednesday 9:30 a.m.- 11:30 a.m.

Salisbury Helping Hands Food Bank

12 Marx Farm Road
Salisbury, NB
E4J 3G7

Bruce Cunningham
Tel.: (506) 372-9787
Hours of operation
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 10:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m

Vestiaire St-Joseph

60 Vestiaire Street
Shediac, NB
E4P 2W5

Dawn Cormier
Tel.: (506) 532-1147
Fax: (506) 532-1145
Hours of operation
Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m.-11:30, 1:30-3:30 p.m.

Sussex Sharing Club

26 Everleigh Street
Sussex, NB E4E 2N8

Alfie Smith
Tel.: (506) 433-6047
Hours of operation

Tuesday, Wednesday, & Saturday: 2:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m.


330 MacNaughton Avenue, Moncton, NB E1H 2K1

(506) 383-4281