Sasa Demarle to Support Non-Profit Foodservice Job Training Program

CRANBURY, N.J.-Sasa Demarle, maker of non-stick baking mats, is donating 100 Silpat non-stick baking mats to the Philabundance Community Kitchen program, an adult culinary arts vocational training program that supplies critically needed meals to agencies and emergency kitchens serving people with food insecurity.

The Philabundance Community Kitchen program prepares low-income adults for careers in the foodservice industry. The Silpat non-stick baking mats will be used to train the students in practical kitchen skills while preparing thousands of meals per year for local shelters, soup kitchens and social service agencies.

"We're happy to partner with Philabundance Community Kitchen. A non-stick baking mat is a great tool for training participants how to bake a variety of breads, pastries and more," said Lisa Meyer, vice president of Sasa Demarle.

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