Martha Stewart Helped Fight Hunger While She Was in L A for the Super Bowl

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Martha Stewart was in L.A. for Super Bowl Sunday, hosting the Big Game Impact meal-packing competition and brunch downtown to benefit the Los Angeles Mission and other organizations. The lifestyle …

Martha Stewart
was in L.A. for Super Bowl Sunday, hosting the Big Game Impact meal-packing competition and brunch downtown to benefit the Los Angeles Mission and other organizations.
The lifestyle media icon was also in town to host the Puppy Bowl on Animal with her friend and business partner
Snoop Dogg
, who also performed at halftime.
Since the Super Bowl is the second-biggest food consumption day of the year, it was the perfect opportunity to focus on providing equitable access to nutritious food in connection with non-profit partners.
Stewart’s line of Martha Stewart Kitchen frozen meals, available at Kroger, partners with Feeding America to donate 1.5 million meals through the country, and Kroger also backs the Zero Hunger, Zero Waste Foundation to support non-profits driving positive change for the planet.

Stewart, who said she’s been a longtime supporter of hunger causes such as Meals on Wheels, said, “This initiative is very important nationwide.”
In addition to hunger, Stewart is also focused on the food waste issue and points out that her Marley Spoon meal kits are “zero waste.” “I know how hard it is to grow food and harvest food. I do my own all the time, and the food people throw away is outrageous, so so this is a very good initiative,” she said.
Also stopping by the brunch to support Stewart was

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