Metro Supply Chain provides logistics and transportation services to La Tablée des Chefs to help feed Canadians in need
“We are proud to continue to help La TablÃ©e des Chefs to have such an incredible social impact as a logistics and transportation partner for The Solidarity Basket,” said the Founder and CEO of Metro Supply Chain Chiko Nanji. “The association helps feed those in need today and also works tirelessly to educate our young people, so that they have the skills to develop their food self-sufficiency in the future.”
Each gourmet solidarity basket includes unique hand-made treats and culinary delights prepared by top chefs from everywhere Canada to highlight regional specialties. Baskets will be sold for $ 100 in Quebec, Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba from October 13e, 2021. The profits from this initiative will be used to support La TablÃ©e des Chefs programs.
âGiving back to our communities has been a long-standing and important part of the Metro Supply Chain culture and we are honored to be able to use our vast experience and Canada-a vast last mile network to help La TablÃ©e des Chefs feed those in need â, says Jean fahidy, vice president of transportation for the metro supply chain.
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About Metro’s supply chain
Situated at Canada, Metro Supply Chain shapes and delivers innovative supply chain solutions that help some of the world’s most trusted and fastest growing brands move their businesses forward. Over the past 40 years, it has grown into a major operation with over 80 sites and 6,000 associates across North America and European. Metro Supply Chain’s scale, capabilities and entrepreneurial structure enable it to meet its clients’ most complex supply chain needs, including the creation of complex e-commerce execution and customer delivery networks. last mile.
About La TablÃ©e des Chefs
Launched in 2002, La Chef’s Table is a charity founded by the passion of Jean-FranÃ§ois Archambault. Its mission is to feed those who suffer from food insecurity and educate young people in culinary skills through its programs. Each year, La TablÃ©e des Chefs collects more than 1,000,000 servings of food in Canada and educates over 4,000 young people to help train the next generation of socially aware and adept food consumers. The funds raised support La TablÃ©e’s community awareness and education initiatives.
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For further information: Alison Wood, Marketing and Communications Manager, Metro Supply Chain, [emailÂ protected], Tel: 437 332-4361