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Amsterdam Falafelshop Joins Phfeast to Help Feed Local Families in Need
Phfeast wrote in somervillemass
The Amsterdam Falafelshop in Davis Square is the latest restaurant to join the new social loyalty program Phfeast with the aim of benefiting local families in need. Through the Phfeast program, customer check-ins earn points towards free meals to be provided to those in need by the Amsterdam Falafelshop. “Through Phfeast our loyal customers help us to serve delicious falafel to all members of the community.” says Matt D’Alessio owner of the Amsterdam Falafelshop.

Phfeast is a new start-up founded by software developer Dan Napierski with its headquarters in the Venture Development Center at UMass Boston. When dining at participating restaurants and food trucks, customers can check-in to phfeast.com to score points that add up towards free meal rewards. Certificates for the free meals are then issued to local food pantries to be distributed to families and individuals in need. The Phfeast certificates can then be redeemed onsite allowing the beneficiaries the opportunity to dine out for free.

The Amsterdam Falafelshop in Davis Square joins all six Stone Hearth Pizza Co. locations and all three The Chicken & Rice Guys food trucks that are already active in the greater Boston area Phfeast network. “We are thrilled to bring the Phfeast program to Davis Square and to work with the Amsterdam Falafelshop to bring delicious, healthy meals to those in need.” says Dan Napierski. The Phfeast program will kick-off at Amsterdam Falafelshop officially on July 1st with the first awarded meal certificates to be donated to the Helping Hand Food Pantry in Cambridge.

For more information, please contact:
Dan Napierski
President of Phfeast, Inc.


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