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Veg Food for Japan

Food for Life Global serves veg food to those displaced after Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami.

Food for Life Global (FFL), a nonprofit that provides plant-based meals to those in need around the world, is currently on the ground in Japan. Earlier this week, FFL traveled to Japan’s severely damaged Miyagi district, and provided meals including vegetables, flatbread, and dessert for 726 survivors and 50 relief volunteers. After the meal, FFL yoga teachers returned to offer yoga and breathing classes to those at the relief center. FFL has also provided vegetarian meals and assistance to those affected by the earthquake in Haiti, hurricane Katrina in the US, and other disasters around the globe. Donations to FFL Japan can be made on their website.

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