Kraft Opens Free Grocery Store for People Affected by Government Shutdown


Kraft has opened a pop-up grocery store called "Kraft Now Pay Later" in Washington, D.C. to support government workers impacted by the shutdown. People reports that from January 16 to January 20, government workers who show their ID will be able to shop and take home a bag of Kraft products for no cost. In return, Kraft asks that workers donate to a charity or someone in need once they are able to do so. "During the government shutdown, parents should not have to worry about putting dinner on the table because they aren’t receiving a paycheck," Sergio Eleuterio, head of marketing for Kraft, said in a statement. "Kraft stands for families and we want to support the families who have built our brands. This store is one way we can help those affected get the grocery staples they need. And we celebrate all who are doing their part to help."

Kraft Opens Free Grocery Store to Help Government Workers |

Steve & Gina's Page

Steve & Gina's Page

Want to know more about Steve & Gina's Blog? Get their official bio, social pages & articles on KAT 103.7FM!


Content Goes Here