Café Medina partners with MealShare to serve up waffles for a good cause

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      If you love waffles, then you should know that International Waffle Day is coming up on March 25.

      Café Medina will be celebrating this special food occasion by partnering with MealShare (a national non-profit organization that strives to end youth hunger) to serve up its tasty waffles for a great cause.

      The Mediterranean-inspired spot will be offering its signature Liège waffles as a MealShare-branded item. For each waffle sold on March 25 (Saturday), the downtown café will donate the amount required to provide a meal to youth in need.

      “While March 25 is a banner day for waffle lovers, it also affords our staff an opportunity to honour what has become an extremely important relationship with Mealshare and reaffirms our commitment to the local community,” said Robbie Kane, owner of Café Medina, in a press statement. “We look forward to continue building that relationship not only on International Waffle Day but each and every day throughout the year.” 

      The eatery has donated more than 10,175 meals through the Canadian non-profit since 2014.

      Café Medina’s waffles are one of the most popular items on its menu, and guests are able to add toppings such as mixed berry compote, passion fruit, raspberry caramel, salted caramel, chocolate lavender, and more. 

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