Eat for a cause

Despite being among the hardest hit by the pandemic, people in the food and beverage world were quick to help those who needed it, feeding the hungry and offering support to front-liners in the form of delicious meals.

After the devastating typhoons that hit the Philippines, restaurants and small food businesses are once again doing their part in bringing relief to those whose lives were upended. And guess what? You can help them help others. That’s what fans of Mum’s Lasagna did when they announced that they would be selling 50 trays of lasagna with all proceeds to be donated to victims of Typhoon “Ulysses.” The response was so overwhelming that the people behind Mum’s Lasagna kept a…

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