How Restaurants Make 800,000 Meals (And Counting) For Frontline Workers | Big Business

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Nonprofits Frontline Foods and Off Their Plate are paying local restaurants across the country to make meals for frontline workers fighting COVID-19. So far, the programs have made and delivered 800,000 meals. We spoke with two restaurants, Golden Diner and Blackbarn, about the costly and difficult process of keeping their restaurants open.

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How Restaurants Make 800,000 Meals (And Counting) For Frontline Workers | Big Business
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