Long Island prepared food chain Redefine Meals has launched a program to help raise money for the Island Harvest Food Bank.
The company has introduced three fall-themed dishes in its Harvest Menu and will donate 15 percent of sales of those meals to Island Harvest.
The dishes include a Harvest Salad, with hydro-organic lettuce topped with grilled chicken, candied pecans, pumpkin seeds, dried cranberries, and an apple cider dressing for $10.49. There is also Harvest French Toast Sticks with pumpkin glaze and the Harvest Protein Pumpkin Pancakes with maple syrup for $8.99.
The menu is available from through Sunday, Nov. 12.
“We are thrilled to join forces with Island Harvest to introduce the Harvest Menu,” Mark Ciaburri, owner of Redefine Meals, said in a company statement. “This partnership reflects our commitment to not only serve healthy food but also to give back to the community, especially as we get closer to the holidays. We hope that the Harvest Menu warms hearts by making a meaningful impact on the fight against hunger.”
Island Harvest provides support to nearly 300,000 people facing hunger and food insecurity in Nassau and Suffolk counties.
“On behalf of the children, families, seniors and veterans we serve, we are grateful to Redefine Meals and its enlightened leadership for their caring and generosity,” Randi Shubin Dresner, president and CEO of Island Harvest, said in the statement. “Partnerships like these are having a positive effect in combating hunger and its root causes and we look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with Redefined Meals.”
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