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Converting Miles per Hour to Meals per Hour: A Journey to Help the Food Bank for NYC [Sponsored]

by GOOD Partner

March 19, 2013

Launching the Meals per Hour program today, March 18, Toyota plans to maximize efficiency at the soup kitchens and meal delivery centers of two Food Bank for New York City locations. Leveraging their expertise in manufacturing and organization, Toyota hopes to make the groups run more effectively to help more New York City residents affected by hurricane Sandy.

At Toyota, the company uses the Japanese concept of kaizen, the belief that a state of continuous improvement achieves greater results in the long-term than intermittent radical changes. Toyota plans to bring this same concept to Food Bank for New York City and assist its staffers to find efficiencies in their line processes while implementing kaizen within the nonprofit.

To learn more about the Meals per Hour program and how you can help, go here.

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Converting Miles per Hour to Meals per Hour: A Journey to Help the Food Bank for NYC [Sponsored]