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Impossible Foods Launches Food Bank Program to Help Fill the Protein Gap

Today, Impossible Foods launched a program to help nourish communities where it does business by partnering with food banks that serve those affected by food insecurity. The food technology startup is partnering with Alameda County Community Food Bank and Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties to serve plant-based meat to San Francisco Bay Area residents who receive assistance from food bank meal programs.

In Wake of California Wildfires, Restaurants Rally Around Wine Industry

Smartly dressed customers at the elegant Charleston Grill toast with Domaine Carneros by Taittinger Rosé, Schramsberg J. Schram Brut, and Mazzocco Cabernet Sauvignon Dry Creek Valley. The guests are there to enjoy California wines, yes, but there’s a much more important reason why there are 40 of the state’s wines on a by-the-glass list at the Charleston Grill in Charleston, South Carolina, this particular night: to raise money in support of wine-country disaster relief.

Del Frisco's Partners with Veteran Roasters Cup O’ Joe to End Homelessness

Del Frisco's Restaurant Group, Inc. announced a partnership with Veteran Roasters Cup O’ Joe, a company founded to help end homelessness and chronic unemployment in the veteran community. Beginning January 31, 2018, all Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group locations will serve Veteran Roasters Cup O’ Joe coffee.

Arooga’s Raises Over $13K for Breast Cancer Awareness

Arooga’s Grille House & Sports Bar raised more than $13,000 in October for breast cancer awareness.Arooga’s raised funds for the month of October to benefit the Feel Your Boobies Foundation, the Terry Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation, and the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Foundation, topping the more than $10,000 they raised in 2016 for the same organizations.