The government shutdown is making a lot of families struggle and Kraft wants to make sure that no family goes without dinner.
Starting today (1/16), Kraft opened up a pop-up grocery store called called “Kraft Now Pay Later” in Washington, D.C.
This is to help the government workers affected by the shutdown.
The pop-up grocery store will be open until January 20th at 1287 4th Street NE, in the corner of 4th Street and Neal Place St.
Federal government workers show their government ID and they will be able to shop and take home a bag of Kraft products for free.
All Kraft is asking for is that the workers donate to their charity of choice or to someone in need once they are able to do so.
Head of Marketing for Kraft, Sergio Eleuterio says,
“During the government shutdown, parents should not have to worry about putting dinner on the table because they aren’t receiving a paycheck. Kraft stands for families and we want to support the families who have built our brands. This store is one way we can help those affected get the grocery staples they need. And we celebrate all who are doing their part to help.”
Hopefully this pop-up grocery store expands throughout the U.S.
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