This Friday Subway restaurants around New Zealand are coming together to fight food insecurity in celebration of World Sandwich Day. The Subway Live Feed is an initiative to help fight world hunger and feed Kiwis in need. In partnership with leading food relief charity, KiwiHarvest, every guest who visits a Subway resturant and purchases a sub, salad or wrap, gets another one free, and Subway will donate the cost of a meal through KiwiHarvest to those seeking hunger relief.
Last year over 13 million meals were donated globally, and 90,000 meals were donated in New Zealand alone, with KiwiHarvest helping communities who experience food insecurity and anxiety.
“We certainly appreciate the support that we receive from the local community in shining the spotlight on such an important cause,” said Subway Australia and New Zealand Country Director Geoff Cockerill. “We hope to see our guests join us for a delicious Sub on Friday 2 November in celebration of World Sandwich Day in support of fighting hunger across the country.”
Subway New Zealand aims to donate more than 100,000 meals this year.