’tis the season for cookies, eggnog, and spring rolls.
yes, you read that right, december means the return of Edo Japan‘s ‘Edo a Little, Help a Lot’ food bank campaign. a charity initiative i’m always happy to get behind because it includes eating delicious spring rolls.
Edo will once again be supporting canada’s food banks by donating 25 cents to local food banks for every spring roll sold during the holiday season. last year, edo raised over $74,000. with 850,000 canadians using food banks each month, it’s never been more important to give back and in calgary we’ve seen an extra need for support.
this year, Edo will be hosting ‘double up day’ on saturday, december 10 – a one-day event during which Edo will be doubling donations (from 25 cents to 50 cents!) to local food banks for each spring roll sold!
the best thing about spring rolls is they go great as a starter with anything – my favourite Edo Japan dish is teriyaki chicken on rice with lots of veggies and extra mushrooms. but maybe you like sukiyaki beef, yakisoba, udon soup or sushi; there is something to satisfy every craving.
Edo Japan wants you to spread some holiday cheer and are gifting you a $25 gift card. want it? enter below!