July 22, 2020

AMERICAN ITALIAN FOOD COALITION DONATES ITALIAN CHOCOLATES, COFFEE, AND PASTA TO PHILADELPHIA’S FRONTLINE WORKERS

By AIFC

Thanks staff, nurses, and caregivers for their hard work and support of others during COVID-19

WASHINGTON, 7/22/20 –Today, the American Italian Food Coalition (AIFC) donated hundreds of Italian chocolates, coffee, pasta, and other goods to two Philadelphia nursing homes – Little Sisters of the Poor and Ann’s Choice. The donation represents a token of gratitude to everyone who has stepped up to provide care for seniors during COVID-19.

“We are grateful for the incredible nurses, caregivers, and workers that are assisting and protecting seniors during these trying times,” said AIFC Chairman Lou Barletta. “As a proud Pennsylvanian, I am thankful every day for our local frontline heroes, and as the Chairman of the American Italian Food Coalition, I couldn’t be prouder to make this small donation as a symbol of thanks for all the work these frontline heroes do every day. Now, more than ever, we must take care of one another and stand strong as a community.”

The American Italian Food Coalition is an alliance of more than 450 Italian companies, manufacturers, and trade associations dedicated to ensuring American consumers continue to have access to high-quality, affordable imported Italian products including pasta, coffee, biscuits, and wafers.  To learn more click HERE.

###

Back to updates...