Soul Origin donates over 21,000 soup bowls to OzHarvest

The extended NSW lockdown “reaffirmed” the company’s decision to contribute, it said.

Soul Origin announced it has donated more than 6,400 kilograms of soup, equivalent to over 21,000 bowls, to food rescue organisation OzHarvest.

The chain said the extended NSW lockdown “reaffirmed” the company’s decision to contribute.

“Right now, everyone is doing it tough and we are happy to be able to support our local communities in any way,” Soul Origin COO Adam Neill said in a media release.

“This incredible donation from Soul Origin means OzHarvest can deliver an additional 21,312 meals to people in need across Greater Sydney. It’s truly heart-warming to see the joy, gratitude and relief on people’s faces when we are able to provide them with ready-made, delicious soups to nourish them and their families,” added OzHarvest NSW state manager Richard Watson.

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Hundreds of executives in and out of the country also joined the whole-day virtual conference.
This is done in partnership with retail property group Vicinity Centres.
The move is expected to complement the company’s long-term plan in the region.
The chain is giving them away on their official Instagram account from October 12 to 22.
Customers who order four medium-sized coffees will get another one for free.
It is also looking ahead to introduce the range into schools, local gyms, hospitals and other venues.
Ezikitchen is currently accepting new applications from brands to join the venue.
It can measure pedestrian traffic, profile customer movement, and more. 
The chain is initially slated to open 20 outlets in the country and New Zealand.
Three new burgers headline the range.   Milky Lane is celebrating the end of NSW lockdown from October 11 by launching 12 brand new menu items, $10 happy hour cocktails and live DJ sets at all locations.