The widespread presence of hunger inspires many food companies to offer their services in charity. King's Hawaiian is doing just this, recently teaming up with No Kid Hungry to help provide up to 1.5 million meals to kids in need, during the current crisis and beyond.
"At King's Hawaiian, we've always believed summer is about sharing. This summer, we're proud to be able to share a bit more as we partner with No Kid Hungry to help fight childhood hunger," said Chad Donvito, Chief Marketing Officer at King's Hawaiian. "The '100 Delish Days of Summer' cookbook was created to help make this summer better for everyone by raising awareness for a cause that is of the utmost importance and by inspiring families to share food together with fun, creative recipes."
According to a press release, King's Hawaiian is helping raise awareness around all of the work No Kid Hungry does by launching "100 Delish Days of Summer," a cookbook created in partnership with Delish that is available now at grocery stores nationwide. Within the cookbook and throughout the course of the season, King's Hawaiian will share No Kid Hungry's Free Meals Finder, an online map that shows parents and caregivers where they can find free meals for the children in their community. Also included in the cookbook are 100 family-friendly recipes perfect for spending time in the backyard with family.
Among the "100 Delish Days of Summer" cookbook's recipes are:
"With school meal programs closed for the summer and millions of Americans struggling to afford food for their children, the work that No Kid Hungry does to provide meals to children in need is even more pressing. We're so thankful for the support of King's Hawaiian during this critical time," said Jill Davis, Chief Revenue Officer, No Kid Hungry. "Thanks to King's Hawaiian, we're able to provide up to 1.5 million meals, during this pandemic and in its aftermath."
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