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Saratoga restaurant packs up food to share with those in need

WNYT Staff
Created: March 24, 2020 10:10 PM

A Saratoga restaurant that shut down to stop the spread of coronavirus is sharing its food with people who might otherwise go hungry.

Tyler and Julia Russell, the owners of Farmers Hardware, didn’t want their inventory to go to waste, so they went into their kitchen Tuesday morning and made ham and cheese bake, French toast bake and goat cheese green salads.

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They packed it up and delivered it to Franklin Community Center to be shared with people in need.

Franklin Community Center made the meals available on Tuesday to people visiting its food pantry.


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