Vegan Company Donates 3,000 Cases Of Food In COVID-19 Relief Effort

by | March 24, 2020

Plant-based brand Sophie’s Kitchen has donated roughly 3,000 cases of its vegan seafood alternative to Bay Area food shelters in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The product, Lemon Grass Toona — which has yet to see grocery store shelves — has been rerouted to help families feeling the economic strain of the ongoing crisis.

Brand CEO Miles Woodruff delivered the product to Second Harvest Silicon Valley, Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano County, and Food Banks of San Francisco and Marin personally.

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The Vegan Community & COVID-19

Many members of the vegan and plant-based sphere have stepped up during this time of need.

In Worthing, England, residents have come together to launch an all-vegan food bank to help community members.

On this side of the pond, Linley Danielle — who runs vegan butcher shop Your Local Seitanistis now offering free meals to residents with the help of her community in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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