Give Kitchen delivers vegan dishes, with new foundation Give 2040

07 July 2015 by
Give Kitchen delivers vegan dishes, with new foundation Give 2040

A new company named Give Kitchen has launched a delivery service for gluten-free meals, along with a new philanthropic foundation.

Based in Liverpool, and launched by long-time vegans Paul Hampson and Dario Qurcillo in June this year, the service starts at £45.50 for seven meals and desserts, delivered directly to clients.

Another package includes the 22-day vegan challenge, which costs £199 for two mains and two desserts (such as vegan carrot cake, pistachio and lemon muffins, and vegan truffles) per day for 22 days. All meals are prepared from scratch in the company's own kitchens, using locally sourced organic ingredients.

Give Kitchen purports to have a philanthropic approach, and has said it eventually plans to donate food to a hungry person every time a box is bought, by working with charities that work in food distribution to the disadvantaged. The group has also set up the Give 2040 Foundation, in which it has pledged to help end world hunger, disease and poverty by 2040, alongside protecting the world's natural resources.

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