Chipotle, The Farmlink Project Team Up to Get Meals to Food Banks

They are boosting awareness with 1,000 burrito codes for every 1,000 new followers of the nonprofit’s Instagram page

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Chipotle is joining forces with The Farmlink Project on a mission to donate 10 million meals to food banks during this holiday season.

The Farmlink Project is a nonprofit grassroots movement by students from colleges and universities across the country to connect farms with food banks and feed those in need, while helping to support essential jobs.

The organization raises external funds to collect surplus food from farms and supplies and transport it to communities in need.

In an effort to boost awareness of the nonprofit’s work, The Farmlink Project will distribute 1,000 free burrito codes from Chipotle for every 1,000 new followers of its Instagram page, up to 5,000.




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