A new service that aims to provide food delivery to kids at school is set to open in New York City next month.
The Candy Lion delivery service, which was launched in the UK last year, aims to serve up the sweet treats to school kids as part of a wider scheme to deliver snacks and drinks to children in public places, including public schools.
It was originally set to start in October in Camden, but has since been extended to the New York area.
The service is being run by the local delivery company, Lucky Cakes.
The idea behind the service is to provide snacks and beverages to children who can’t afford the cost of delivery themselves.
“This is one of the first times we’ve seen this in a city where we can deliver in the city centre, and we think it’s going to be a huge success,” said Molly Garlick, CEO of Lucky Cake.
We think this is really a great opportunity to introduce kids to food delivery and bring it to their school.” “
There are a lot of people out there who have never had the opportunity to deliver, or never had access to food.
We think this is really a great opportunity to introduce kids to food delivery and bring it to their school.”
The service will run between Monday and Thursday, and there will be three delivery windows for each delivery, said GarlICK.
“We will be working with the local school district, and also the boroughs,” she said.
“The delivery window will be for kids under the age of 12.”
The program is part of the Global Food Challenge launched by the Food Lion Foundation, which aims to reduce the hunger in the world by 2030.
The charity is currently seeking to reach 1.4 billion children, which it said would bring in £1bn for the UK economy.