Leftover Starbucks Food To Be Donated To The Needy

I’m reblogging this article because it’s such wonderful news!

I’m a big fan of how Starbucks food tastes, even if I don’t partake of it now very much! I’m so happy that this company is stepping up to help feed people!

This is such an awesome and amazing thing to happen! It’s a shame to waste good food, and really, there’s no impact on their financials since proton need won’t be spending precious dollars in Starbucks anyway!

Hooray!

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Plucking Of My Heartstrings

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PLUCKED FROM THE NEWS….Many years ago I worked night shift at a McDonald’s in East Boston, Massachusetts. At that time it was against the law to distribute any leftover food so we had to throw it all away. I always thought this was such a shame, especially when right across from this restaurant was a park where several homeless people called home.

I am so glad to see things are changing…..

Since 2010, Starbucks has been working with the Food Donation Connection, a company that manages food donations. Until recently, Starbucks had only been able to donate pastries. They have now found a way to safely share unsold prepared food by refrigerated vans.

Starbucks will be teaming up with the Food Donation Connection along with Feeding America to donate food to Food Share. Food Share is a program that distributes food to low income individuals and families.

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