Sunday, February 14, 2016

Eatfresh feeds city's hungry under privileged on #ValentineDay #PearlsOfIndia

Valentine’s Day was celebrated by Lets Feed Bengaluru (LFB) and Eatfresh an online platform delivering high quality, chef-made meals by bringing much-needed nourishment and food to the city’s economically challenged.

Let’s Feed Bengaluru focuses on feeding the hungry under privileged in the city. Sunday February 14, 2016 saw this collaboration come to life once again with 150 Eatfresh food boxes, packed with vegetable biryani, distributed to the inhabitants of Tilaknagar Slum. Eatfresh also donated 1000 packaging boxes to team LFB, allowing collection of food from other volunteers.

 Speaking about the initiative, Rajiv Subramanian, ‎Founder & CEO of ‎Eatfresh said, “We share the vision of Let’s Feed Bengaluru where we like to build a sense of community and ease Bengaluru’s hunger problem, one community at a time. We would like to invite similar community groups to connect with us for collaboration over food.”