Take a Tour

Tour Foodlink's facility

We always enjoy giving our supporters a “behind-the-scenes” look at the work we do at Foodlink. One of the best ways to do that through a guided tour!

Foodlink will once again be opening up specific dates on its calendar for tours through our facility at 1999 Mt. Read Blvd. If a specific date on our calendar does not work for you, feel free to give us a call and we can accommodate most requests. 

>> Select a date and sign up today

A Foodlink staff member will guide groups through our 90,000-square-foot warehouse and provide a bit of a history lesson of what Foodlink was in 1978, and what it has become today. Tour highlights include: our commercial-sized freezer and cooler, volunteer stations, the Curbside Market and our new commercial kitchen. 

We look forward to your visit! If you have any questions about signing up for a tour, contact Juliana Stefani, Foodlink’s Community Engagement Coordinator, at, or (585) 413-4077.

State Senator Pamela Helming (54th District) tours through Foodlink during Hunger Action Month on Sept. 22, 2017.

Dress code

For those touring through our facility, please be mindful of our closed-toed shoes policy. As you can imagine, our commercial kitchen follows strict food safety protocols. You will be asked to wear a hairnet upon entering the kitchen, and you may asked to take other precautions (such as removing jewelry and wearing a jacket) if you enter a room where food production or food processing is done. Thank you.