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A new nonprofit led by a group of chefs hopes to help those who need food in Las…


A new nonprofit led by a group of chefs hopes to help those who need food in Las Vegas. Chefs4Vegas blossomed during the coronavirus pandemic after Justin Franco, a chef who worked at the Tropicana, helped get rid of leftover food that remained in the resort. The state shut down nonessential businesses including casinos and dine-in restaurants in March, and most casinos donated food left in their empty kitchens to charity since no one knew how long they would remain closed. Tap our profile link for the rest of the story. 📸 @the.cheftographer



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