Rosa Foods, the makers of Soylent, today announced a 100,000 meal donation to New York partners, Island Harvest Food Bank and City Harvest, as part of their #SoylentForGood initiative. Soylent's mission is to eliminate unhealthy, unsustainable, and expensive food voids. This donation marks a significant step in Soylent's campaign to raise awareness about food insecurity and to address the issues surrounding our food supply throughout the country and across the world.

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