Pop-up café offers meals, food for free as coronavirus spreads in Brooklyn

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A pop-up cafe in Brooklyn is offering free meals for those in need as the coronavirus closes down most of the city.

Rethink Cafe is a donation-based cafe that offers meals for $3 and pantry items for $5 - or for free if needed.

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The café makes meals from unused items from restaurants, local farms and grocers. It is providing ingredients to create 200-500 meals a day for those in need.

Currently they are working with the restaurant Little Tong Noodle Shop in East Village and it plans to partner with 29 more restaurants.

 

 

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