Harvest | KFC Trinidad & Tobago
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Today, KFC Trinidad and Tobago relaunched and expanded its Harvest Programme at the Living Waters Community, one of its partner NGOs. Harvest is a global KFC initiative that aims to reduce food wastage at its restaurants, by donating all surplus food to the people most in need.  

KFC sees this programme as its contribution to helping reduce hunger - one meal at a time. The Harvest protocol requires strict international food health and safety standards necessary for the most effective identification, storage, and transport of surplus food.

Mr. Roger Rambharose, VP of KFC and Pizza Hut, noted that given this year’s jubilee celebration of the brand’s presence in Trinidad and Tobago, the company wanted to explore what more it could do to alleviate hunger locally. Given Harvest’s alignment with this   goal,   significant   resources   were   allocated   to   Harvest’s needs.   This   includes   a refrigerated truck dedicated to collecting and distributing Harvest donations from 50 of its stores. Year to date, the company has donated food that was transformed into over 45,000 meals for persons in need in Trinidad and Tobago.  

Rambharose revealed that KFC could potentially donate enough for 100,000 meals by the end of this year. Some of its Harvest partners are:

  1. Living Waters Community
  2. Caribbean Da’wah Association  
  3. San Fernando Shelter for Displaced Persons  
  4. San Fernando West Women on the Move  
  5. Church of God Ministries International  
  6. SEWA TT  
  7. International Youth Fellowship  

These partners were present to receive total donations of $20,000, which KFC hopes will further assist them in battling hunger amongst the underprivileged in Trinidad and Tobago.

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