Several New Jersey neighbors banded together recently to buy a major quantity of ground beef from a local burger restaurant and donate it to a food pantry, a welcome sign of community spirit as the coronavirus continues its spread throughout the country.
The beef, which was 100% grass-fed, was worth about $1,200. On Facebook, the restaurant, Stuffed Grass Fed Burgers, praised the "awesome group of people who made this donation and supported us while doing so."
Stuffed Grass Fed Burgers owner Dan Campeas said business has been down 70% since the coronavirus outbreak. He called the neighbors' donation "the nicest thing that I've seen."