Grocery industry members joined The Grocery Foundation on November 20 to cook breakfast for high school students as part of the Toonies for Tummies program.
Grocery retailers and suppliers donned their aprons to prepare breakfast for high school students at Madonna Catholic Secondary School in North Toronto and Grocery Business was there to catch the action.
The Grocery Foundation’s Toonies for Tummies program has raised more than $18 million since its inception in 2000.
Anthony Longo, Longo's
Ian Roberts, ConAgra Brands
l to r Divine Ibeh, Success Ibeh and Kiyanna Letts, students at Madonna High School
l to r Gabby Nobrega and Shaun McKenna, Grocery Foundation with Marisa Celenza, The Angel Foundation for Learning and Heidi Lee, coordinator breakfast program at Madonna Catholic High School
l to r Joe Fusco, Metro; Michael Forgione, Longo's; and Mike Medeiros, Italpasta
l to r Leo Verrilli, Canada Dry Motts; Ryan Brez, PepsiCo Beverages; Tony Mongillo, Food Basics; and Tom Gunter, TAG Consulting
l to r Lynn Tattersall, Summerfresh; John DiCecco, McCormick Canada; Marlon Villanueva, Carl Buddig and Company; and Nathalie Savard, Mondelez
l to r Michel Guay, Kraft Heinz; Anthony Longo, Longo's; and Ian Roberts, ConAgra Brands
l to r Norm Kafka, Acosta (on behalf of Made Good); Rob Koss, Longo's; and Susie Aquino, CBE/Nestle