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A Spoon Full of Hope

On October 30, 2018, Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida became the first Feeding America network member across the United States to launch a signature product line – A Spoon Full of Hope.

This signature line includes a tomato basil Soup for Good; mangrove, orange blossom, palmetto, and wildflower Honey for Good; shortbread Cookies for Good; and a healthy Lunch for Good. One hundred percent of the proceeds goes directly to support the 16-week Culinary Training program, which provides at-risk and economically disadvantaged adults no-cost culinary and life skills training to pursue a sustainable career in the food industry. 

The Culinary Training Program also benefits from these Second Harvest Food Bank Programs:

Meals for Good

Meals for Good Meals for Good is a service that provides freshly prepared meals to early childcare centers, children’s after-school programs, group homes, senior feeding programs, and private and charter schools.  Meals for Good’s goal is to provide the freshest, healthiest, and least processed ingredients available, and to deliver them in a safe and timely manner. 100% of the proceeds from each lunch goes to the Culinary Training Program. For more information and to order, please visit Meals for Good here.

Catering for Good

Catering for Good is a full-service caterer offering high-quality food and service. Menu selections are prepared by our award-winning Chef Jill Holland from scratch using only the freshest high-quality ingredients from locally sourced reputable food distributors. Food donations are not used for catering, and 100% of the proceeds benefit the Culinary Training Program. Learn more about Catering for Good. 

About Second Harvest Food Bank

SHFBCF is a member of Feeding America – the largest charitable domestic hunger-relief organization in the United States. SHFBCF secures and distributes food and grocery products to approximately 550 local nonprofit feeding programs throughout Central Florida. Last year, with the help of food and financial donors, volunteers and a caring, committed community, the food bank distributed nearly 58 million meals to partner programs such as food pantries, soup kitchens, women’s shelters, senior centers, day care centers and Kids Cafes. In addition, Second Harvest’s 16-week culinary program teaches foodservice-based technical, life and employability skills to economically hard-pressed adults. Second Harvest is distributing enough food to feed 48,000 people a day. To learn more about SHFBCF, visit www.FeedHopeNow.org.