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DOYLESTOWN, Pa. — Makers of Cold-EEZE, Prophase Labs, a leader in OTC natural cold remedies, has announced its support for the Daily News Readers' "Care to Feed the Hungry Canned Food Drive," a 30-year tradition of collecting nonperishable food donations throughout New York City.
As part of this food drive event, Cold-EEZE will bring America's favorite reality sweethearts, Kevin and Danielle Jonas from E!'s hit TV show "Married to Jonas," to New York City's Engine 8, Ladder 2, Battalion 8 Firehouse located at 165 East 51st Street (between 3rd Avenue and Lexington Avenue) on Friday, December 14 from noon to 2 p.m.
"We're pleased to join forces with the Daily News, City Harvest and Kevin and Danielle Jonas to offer New Yorkers some much-needed relief during this difficult time," said Ted Karkus, chairman and CEO of ProPhase Labs. "As a New Yorker myself, I know the importance of this initiative and am humbled to be a part of it both personally and professionally."
This year, City Harvest will collect more than 42 million pounds of excess food from all segments of the food industry and deliver it free of charge to some 600 community food programs throughout New York City. The food it collects throughout the year will then be delivered to the more than 1 million New Yorkers facing hunger, including those people who have been impacted by Hurricane Sandy.