Goodfood is donating one million meals to the Canadian Breakfast Club with the help of NHL All-Star, Nick Suzuki

TORONTO, Sept. 18, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Goodfood Market Corp. has announced… (“Goodfood” or the “Company”) (TSX: FOOD) announced a lifetime donation of one million meals to its long-term partner Breakfast Club of Canada. Marking the 10th anniversary of the Canadian brand. In celebration of this milestone, this morning Nick Suzuki, captain of the Montreal Canadiens, joined Goodfood to serve breakfast at Maple Grove Elementary School in Lachine, announcing his financial contribution of $10,000 CAD.

As a proud partner of the Breakfast Club of Canada since 2017, Canada’s #1 meal kit brand has continued to provide delicious, nutritious breakfasts to thousands of students, serving them in schools across communities. Recently, Goodfood launched its “

“meal for meal”

An initiative with the Montreal Canadiens captain, donating one meal to the club for every meal

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The meal kit was purchased, ultimately contributing to the brand’s goal of 1 million meals donated.

“As a professional athlete, Nick Suzuki understands the role breakfast plays in fueling an active lifestyle,” he said.

Jonathan Ferrari, Co-Founder and CEO of Goodfood,

“We are excited to have Nick join our mission to provide more children with nutritious meals through the Canadian Breakfast Club and help them reach their full potential.”

“Every child should have access to a nutritious meal so they can start their day strong, which is why I’m so proud to partner with Goodfood to help them achieve their goal of donating 1 million meals to the club.”

said Nick Suzuki, captain of the Montreal Canadiens.

For ten years, Goodfood has been delivering farm-fresh ingredients and chef-led recipes to Canadians’ doorsteps, helping them achieve balanced diets and live better. Through its ongoing partnership with the Breakfast Club of Canada, Goodfood continues its mission of providing more Canadian families with better access to nutritious and delicious meals.

“With one in four children across Canada experiencing food insecurity, support from important partners like Goodfood has never been more important to the club,” he said.

Paul Lethbridge, Director of Corporate and Community Giving at the Canadian Breakfast Club

. “Our goal is to provide consistent support for breakfast programs across the country, and Goodfood’s continued commitment to our cause helps make that possible.”

Canadians can visit to learn more about how Goodfood continues to support the Breakfast Club of Canada and help students reach breakfast potential every time.

About Good Food

Goodfood (TSX: FOOD) is Canada’s leading digital meal solutions brand, delivering fresh meals and toppings that make it easy for customers from across Canada to enjoy delicious meals at home every day. The Goodfood team is building Canada’s most loved food brand for millennials, with a mission to create experiences that spark joy and help our community live longer on a healthier planet. Goodfood customers have access to fresh, delicious and unique products, as well as exclusive prices, made possible by our world-class culinary team, infrastructure and direct-to-consumer technology. We’re passionate about connecting our partner farms and suppliers to our customers’ kitchens while eliminating food waste and costly retail overhead. The company’s administrative headquarters are located in Montreal, Quebec, and production facilities are located in the provinces of Quebec and Alberta.

About The Breakfast Club of Canada

Since 1994, the Canadian Breakfast Club has been working with partners from all sectors to help children get a nutritious breakfast and reach their full potential. The club is accredited by Imagine Canada for its effective management and recognized for its promotion of local food products, and helps reach thousands of children in all provinces and territories. The ultimate goal: breakfast for every child, every day. To learn more, visit or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter


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For good food: Jessica Hofeldt

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For The Breakfast Club of Canada: Hermanie Desrosiers

Casting Nick Suzuki: Felipe del Pozo

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