“It is important that we all work together to fight hunger. Choosing to partner with Phfeast made perfect sense.” said David Blais, Foodie Café owner. The Foodie Café, located at 102 Fountain St. across from the Loring Arena, joins the Amsterdam Falafelshop in Davis Square, all six Stone Hearth Pizza Co. locations, and all three The Chicken & Rice Guys food trucks that are already active in the greater Boston area Phfeast network.
“We are thrilled to bring the Phfeast program to Framingham and to work with the Foodie Café to provide healthy, delicious meals to those in need.” says Dan Napierski, founder of Phfeast, Inc. and resident of Framingham. The Phfeast program will kick-off at Foodie Café officially on Wednesday, September 3rd with the first awarded dining certificates to be donated to the food pantry at St. Bridget’s in Framingham.
For more information on the Phfeast program, please visit www.phfeast.com or contact Dan Napierski at 617-982-2998.