Foodie Hall in Cherry Hill has only been open since March, but they’ve already donated 7,200 meals through their Meals 4 Meals program. For every meal ordered at Foodie Hall, the company donates a meal to Feeding America, which supports food banks nationwide.
They are on track to deliver 50,000 meals by the end of the year.
It’s not just a whole new food company, but a new takeaway concept. There are seven kitchen brands and types in a 2,000 square foot kitchen. You can get Asian, Mexican, and Italian dishes, as well as a full chicken menu and vegan options.
Yes, they also do great pizzas.
See more here. They plan to add three more full menus to their electronic restaurant variety.
Their culinary direction is a master chef whose list of accomplishments is as long and varied as their menus.
It’s all under the culinary direction of chef Georgeann Leaming, who along with owners Dan Goldberg and Nick Ballias knew they were going to feed a lot of people.
Through Feeding America, Foodie Hall donates meals for every meal ordered from its online restaurant. Feeding America is the largest hunger relief organization in the United States, with 200 food banks and 60,000 pantries and thriving meal programs.
Feeding America serves 40 million people, including 12 million children and seven million seniors nationwide.
Foodie Hall is thrilled with the response to its new premium takeout and delivery concept, and its ability to give back by donating so many meals to those in need. They plan to open more locations in New Jersey as the Cherry Hill location expands.
Based on how many meals they’ve already served their customers and donated to Feeding American, it could happen sooner rather than later.
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