Food Network host Guy Fieri has been a restaurant industry icon for decades, so when the pandemic crippled the entire sector, he decided to use his platform to serve members of the community still struggling to make ends meet. Caitlin O'Kane has more with
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Published: 2021-04-14 10:53 am
Guy Fieri helps raise $25 million for restaurant workers in need
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