Gay Lea Foods is saying "thanks" to frontline workers and their families across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) with kits from its farming families while encouraging people to #bakehappytogether. It says that in coming weeks, it will also surprise families with baking-inspired puzzles.
A roaming delivery truck distributed the thank you kits to 14 neighbourhoods and a variety of grocery stores in a two-phased campaign.
"Delivering quality dairy and food products and encouraging Canadians to #bakehappytogether are part of our DNA – and bringing joy to people in our communities is one of the ways in which we can say thanks while helping people get through these challenging times," says Michael Barrett, president and CEO of Gay Lea Foods. "Baking is not only fun and delicious but also very therapeutic. We believe in the joy of baking and are excited about surprising communities with something fun to do while staying home."