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Panera Cares: A Useful Plug


Tomorrow there will be a definite “Be Useful,” for now, this will serve as a one shot post.
Panera Bread, everyone’s favorite glorified Subway has launched something new. Panera is now opening Panera Cares, a nonprofit sandwich shop.

 At these locations in Chicago, Portland, and other emerging locations in USA, there are no prices on the menu. There are only suggested donations. Customers can also make donations onsite to the Panera Cares movement.

Customers that cannot afford the prices, pay what they can, or can even receive the food for free. The mission of Panera Cares is to help make sure the residents of the cities never go hungry and that families will always have at least one place to eat.

Not going to lie, I am impressed by this.

Questions for You: 
However, are you glad that MacDonalds didn’t come up with this idea, or else…..yeah, you get the picture.

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