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South Bronx restaurant turns into soup kitchen to help poor
by Claudia Torrens
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12 November 2020
On 12 November 2020 The Associated Press reported:
La Morada, a small Mexican family-run restaurant in the Bronx which opened in 2009 and has won Michelin acclaim for its Oaxacan food, has also served as a soup kitchen during the pandemic. In addition to serving paying customers, it makes about 650 meals a day for the unemployed, New Yorkers who live without gas and can't cook, older adults, or the disabled.
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... volunteers and local service organizations, churches, and businesses help distribute the food and donate ingredients, and a Brooklyn nonprofit, Rethink Food, provides key funds. The food is delivered to communities in need and to community fridges, a network of over a dozen refrigerators on New York sidewalks.
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