Capitals’ Team Chef Robert Wood, Eco Caters D.C. Help Community Families in Need

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Finding a purpose in a time of uncertainty, Washington Capitals’ team chef Robert Wood, partner and executive chef of SuperFd catering, and Eco Caters D.C. are doing their part in the community through SuperFd Market. This new delivery service, which features weekly menus, will donate a meal to a family or someone in need for every meal ordered.

Forward Tom Wilson shared on his Instagram story about the news:

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SuperFd Market is helpful and generous since all restaurants in the DMV have resorted to only the drive-through, carryout, and meal deliveries due to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The service shared a message on their website about the “#mealmatch” initiative:

As the Washington DC area prepares for the worst case scenarios of the COVID 19 virus – EcoCaters and SuperFd find purpose in creating through tough times. Owners John Cosgrove and Robert Wood roll out a brand new home delivery service with a special feature!

For every meal delivered to their client base, Chef Wood says they will prepare a meal for someone at risk.

Building on the years of work with DC Central Kitchen and Kid Power here in the District – EcoCaters and SuperFd are well grounded in the community. Chef Wood sits on the Board of Kid Power and has spent the last decade volunteering to teach at DCCK as well as participating in their intern programming. We are working quickly with our contacts to identify the most effective ways to deliver freshly made foods to people that need them. We will keep you posted on our progress!

Thank you for helping SuperFd and EcoCaters as we strive to keep our Chefs cooking and folks at risk with a full belly. We are witnessing history that will change things – if we work together, then we can come out on the other side of this thing stronger.

About SuperFd Catering

SuperFd is headquartered in Washington DC with kitchens in Philadelphia, Los Angeles Atlanta, Seattle, San Diego, and New York.

We provide the Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals with daily meal service, in-flight nutrition, and special event management. SuperFd proudly fuels the Washington Wizards with a complete suite of services to include the Capitals City Go-Gos, Washington Mystics, and office staff at the brand new Medstar Wizards Performace Center. We’ve served over 250,000 meals to professional athletes across the nation, and over 50,000 meals to fitness buffs in DC alone.

We’ve engaged and educated over 600 young students in the DC area on the benefits of healthy eating habits through classes and demos.

About Eco Caters D.C.

Eco Caters’ Washington, DC location was founded in 2012 with a mission to provide the highest quality event catering to our community. As our name implies, our talented chefs and event design teams work to incorporate organic ingredients and sustainable practices into our business every day. The result? Forward-thinking, crowd-pleasing menus presented with style and sophistication.

Our award-winning catering and event design company credits much of its success to the help of friends. With kitchens and connections in San Diego, Los Angeles, and Washington, DC, our catering teams understand that great dishes prepared from fresh ingredients are crucial to a fantastic event. We work closely with local organic growers, sourcing food from the surrounding areas and using sustainably produced ingredients. Community farmers are like family to the Eco Caters chefs.

Our goal is to ensure that your event thrills the senses and delights the palate. You’ll also experience peace of mind, because, simply put: the company behind it all cares.

Eco Caters is the District’s leading organic and sustainable caterer.

By Della Young

About Della Young

Della Young is a fiction writer based out of the Northern Virginia/Washington, D.C. area and an online student attending Full Sail University. She got her start in the entertainment industry at age seven as an actress. At the young age of nine, Della wrote a psychological thriller short story that sparked her interest in creative writing. She comes from a family of big Capitals fans and became inspired to start writing for sports. In her spare time, Della enjoys photography, traveling, and working on both sides of the camera. Follow Della on Twitter: @dellayoung
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