Feed Kiwis in need
Good news, sandwich lovers — Subway is preparing for World Sandwich Day to help feed New Zealanders in need.
Every person who visits a Subway restaurant and purchases a sub, salad or wrap on Friday, November 2 will get one free.
Subway will donate the cost of a meal through food rescue organisation KiwiHarvest to those seeking hunger relief.
This is the second year Subway New Zealand has partnered with KiwiHarvest.
Each month, KiwiHarvest collects more than 65,000kg of surplus food from supermarkets, wholesalers, growers, manufacturers, producers, markets, cafes, restaurants and hotels and distributes it to over 220 New Zealand foodbanks and charities, including Women’s Refuge.
“The Subway Live Feed initiative is one that every Kiwi can get behind,” Subway business development manager Mark Hawes says.
“It’s a way we can all make a direct impact to children, regional communities and others experiencing hardships which lead to food poverty.”
Last year Kiwis across New Zealand joined together to raise the equivalent of 90,000 meals for those in need.
Donations will be captured on the Subway Live Feed digital tracker and guests are invited to follow the progress at subwaylivefeed.co.nz
Subway invites New Zealanders to join in World Sandwich Day celebrations on Friday, November 2 and help feed hungry mouths.