Food Love Honored During Farm Sanctuary’s Better Together Event
For Valentine’s Day this year, Farm Sanctuary brings together animal lovers, showcasing several of its rescued residents spending time with the furry, feathery, and cuddly friends they love.
This segment, called Better Together, features pairs Squid and Otto, Bella and Vector, and Emmett and Wyatt, along with three BIPOC women who share the way they are using plant-based food as acts of kindness.
Kimberly Renee of Food Love works as a matchmaker pairing food delivery services providing free meals with people dealing with food insecurity. And Salimatu Amabebe and Annika Hansteen-Izora of Black Feast, who’ve curated a vegan culinary experience connecting the community with Black artists.
“Food Love by Might Be Vegan is a national, direct-to-door hunger relief effort providing families in need with nutritious, plant-based food at no cost to them, to strengthen health outcomes and work towards greater food justice in the U.S. The program has a strong focus on BIPOC and other historically marginalized communities.”