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City Harvest, New York’s first and largest food rescue organization, has a new partner. Beginning today and running through the end of May, the Ichiran family of ramen restaurants will be partnering with the charitable group to help feed New Yorkers experiencing food insecurity.

With every purchase of a take-home ramen kit (original tonkotsu or vegan), at any of Ichiran’s New York City locations, the chain will donate one ramen meal to City Harvest. The meals will then be distributed to City Harvest’s network of food pantries across the five boroughs. As a token of appreciation, each customer will receive a special “I Donated” sticker.

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