Local Food Bank Now Knows What 15,000 Boxes of Brownie Bites Looks Like (With Photos)

By Scott Sarvay

Local Food Bank Now Knows What 15,000 Boxes of Brownie Bites Looks Like (With Photos)

November 26, 2012 Updated Nov 26, 2013 at 12:53 AM EST

Fort Wayne, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) - Community Harvest Food Bank has taken delivery on one of the largest donations they have ever received.

15,000 boxes of brownies, more than $120,000 worth.

Sugar Bowl Bakery out of northern California has made it a priority to give back to those in need this time of year and we know desert can be an important part in the holiday season.

Claudia Johnson with the Community Harvest Food Bank says, “There's nothing that says that someone that's having trouble putting food on the table can't have desert. There's nutritional value in a brownie and we are very grateful for this donation.”

Most of the brownies will go to the Kids Cafe and backpack programs along with the Senior Pack Program.

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