Lodi, NJ (WABC) — A New Jersey food rescue program had one of its food delivery trucks stolen. The organization is now looking to the community for help.
Table to Table is a non-profit organization that prevents food from going to waste and takes food to other organizations that distribute unsafe food.
A food rescue group stole a refrigerated food delivery truck from an overnight parking lot in Lodi early Monday morning.
The organization lost its entire fleet of trucks in Hurricane Ida in 2021 and has been using rental trucks for a year due to supply issues.
Now the group is financially squeezed by paying new costs on top of rent.
They ask the surrounding communities for help with unexpected expenses so they can continue to feed those in need.
update: Eyewitness news reports said the truck was recovered.
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