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Nature’s Food Patch teams up with 10News WTSP and local food pantries to feed hungry children

CLEARWATER & DUNEDIN, Fla. – Your local and organic natural foods grocer, Nature’s Food Patch Market & Café in Clearwater and Downtown Dunedin, is collecting healthy foods to donate to hungry children. One in four children in our community is at risk of going hungry over the summer without the programs that feed them during the school year. 

At their Clearwater location, customers can drop off items such as dry cereal, cereal and breakfast bars, oatmeal and toaster pastries. All donations from Clearwater will go to Feeding Tampa Bay for their Cereal for Summer campaign.

At their Dunedin location, The Patch is collecting foods such as peanut butter and jelly, oatmeal, cereal, canned tuna, chicken and spaghetti, mac and cheese, pancake mix and syrup. All donations from Dunedin will go to Dunedin Cares Food Pantry for their PB&J Challenge.

Both locations are accepting donations through May 15th. They have also partnered with Cascadian Farms for a “buy one, donate one” sale on all of their organic cereals. Customers can purchase any shelf-stable item at either store and drop it in the donation boxes at checkout.

About Nature’s Food Patch
Nature’s Food Patch Market & Café (est. 1987) is an organic independent natural foods community grocery store & café with two locations in Clearwater and Downtown Dunedin. The store has been enthusiastically embraced by the health-minded community and is known for its commitment to organic foods, quality natural products, community involvement and health education. Their vision is to serve and inspire their community in order to build a healthier world.

Angela Carren: Nature’s Food Patch –

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