They donated chicken-based products to support the nonprofit.
The restaurant group behind Oporto, Red Rooster and Chicken Treat has partnered with Foodbank Australia to help in combating food insecurity in the country.
“Our 3 brands and 585 restaurants sit in metropolitan and regional areas across Australia so we see some of the things that go on in local communities and we really want to play a role and participate,” Craveable Brands CEO Brett Houldin said in a video announcement posted in the group's official LinkedIn page.
Foodbank Australia CEO Brianna Casey says 4 million Australians are affected by food insecurity, including one in every five children.
“We really need the help of the Australian public and wonderful organisations like Craveable to help us get essential products onto the dinner table and dinner plates of vulnerable Australians,” she said.
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