Huddle to Fight Hunger with Price Chopper and Kraft

This football season, Kraft Foods’ Huddle to Fight Hunger, the largest hunger relief effort of its kind, is on a mission to help donate 25 million meals to Feeding America®.  Hunger in America is a growing concern.  According to Feeding America, more than 49  million Americans live in food insecure households.  Kraft Foods is raising the bar on fighting hunger by rallying around three things that Americans are passionate about– food, football, and helping others.  Last year, Kraft Foods and its family of iconic brands donated more than 20 million meals, and we are excited to be contributing to the cause!

To celebrate this year’s launch of Huddle to Fight Hunger locally, Kraft Foods and Price Chopper are helping to provide 50,000 meals to Feeding America on behalf of local food banks.* Throughout the duration of the football season, show your support for this program by purchasing Kraft Foods products at Price Chopper.  Make sure to check out our Facebook page for some great coupons on Kraft products!  Also, the featured items in these game-day recipes and this week’s website coupons are great ways to support this program!

Kraft Foods is leveraging the love for America’s favorite brands, including Planters, Oreos, Ritz, Capri Sun, Maxwell House, and Kraft Cheese products by bringing delicious and exciting experiences that will inspire our customers to help support the cause.  Be on the lookout for the culmination of the Huddle to Fight Hunger program with the second annual Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl, which takes place at AT&T Park in San Francisco this New Year’s Eve.

For each new “Like” on The Kraft Fight Hunger Facebook page, Kraft Foods will donate one meal to Feeding America.  Be sure to visit this page to learn more about the program and to help a family in need.

*Price Chopper’s 50,000 meals is part of Kraft Foods’ overall goal of providing 25 million meals. The monetary equivalent of meals will be donated. $0.14 equals one meal secured by Feeding America on behalf of local food banks.

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