LG Electronics hosted a Junior Chef Academy on July 15 in Los Angeles to recognize the No Kid Hungry campaign and to promote the new LG 4-Door French-Door Refrigerator with Door-in-Door and CustomChill. The family-oriented event included games and cooking activities.
No Kid Hungry is an organization focused on ending childhood hunger in America. It connects kids in need with nutritious food, such as through programs providing school breakfasts and summer meals. The organization teaches families how to cook healthy, affordable meals. It also engages the public to make ending childhood hunger a national priority.
Since the campaign’s launch, No Kid Hungry and its partners have connected kids struggling with hunger with more than 107 million additional meals.
The LG event included Emmy-winning Food Network chef Sandra Lee and celebrity parents Giuliana Rancic, Brooke Burke-Charvet, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, and Alysia Reiner, among others.
Celebrities had the opportunity participate in a food drive to benefit the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, a local No Kid Hungry partner organization. LG also donated its new Door-in-Door refrigerator to one of the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank’s partnering organizations, which will help serve fresh, nutritious meals to children who, during the summer, don’t have access to the school meals they rely on.
The new door-in-door refrigerator provides multiple storage options, making it easier to organize food and giving easy access to frequently used items like milk and juice.
Accessing this feature reduces cold air loss by up to 47%—this is the percent reduction in exchange rate of air between opening the Door-in-Door compared to a French door for 10 seconds. Results were based on testing comparable LG model with same door-in-door design
The new fridge is an Energy Star-certified, 30-cubic-foot French-Door refrigerator, LG Model LMXS30776S. It is available now at retail with a suggested price of $3,999.
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