Sol Sips Sells Vegan Nachos to Raise Money for At-Risk Youth

Sol Sips Sells Vegan Nachos to Raise Money for At-Risk Youth

Aug 26, 2020 BY: Mohini Patel

Forager Project—an organic, plant-based yogurt and milk brand—partners with NYC-based Sol Sips, a Black-owned vegan cafe run by Francesca Chaney to make plant-based foods more accessible in NYC this summer.

 

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Starting August 26th, Sol Sips will offer a limited edition Nacho Average Nachos plate, Francesca’s healthier take on the indulgent classic, made with tortilla chips, refried beans, pico de gallo, and coconut-based cheese. Forager Project’s creamy and tangy plant-based sour cream will top off the dish. For every order sold, $5 will be donated to Hands4Hope, an organization close to Francesca’s heart that provides support for at-risk youths from low-income and minority households by offering after-school programs, including cooking and nutrition tutorials. This limited time offer will be available from August 26th through Sept 26th. Sol Sips is also giving away free Forager Project cashew milk yogurt throughout the month to consumers interested in trying plant-based foods (while supplies last).

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