Angel Food Program Replaced by Gaballi

The public now has access to affordable low cost foods through their churches, schools, and other non-profit organizations throughout Florida

Nov 09, 2011, 13:41 ET from Gaballi, LLC

ORLANDO, Fla., Nov. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Angel Food Ministries is a non-profit organization that shut its doors after 17 years of assisting people with an affordable food program. Now Gaballi is taking its place. Gaballi, LLC, a Florida based company, works with non-profit organizations such as churches, schools, and community organizations throughout the state of Florida. There are currently over 40 active non-profit host sites in Florida.  

The public can order boxes of food online at or order in person at their active non-profit host site organization, receiving a 30-70% savings off their groceries. The non-profit host sites assist customers with orders, help answer questions, and participate in the distribution process for all members to pick up their food orders at a specified date and time. Gaballi currently delivers food boxes that include AAA quality fresh fruits and vegetables, and meat, poultry, prepared meals, and packaged goods to these non-profit host sites once a month. Everyone is welcome to place orders.  There is no proof of income required. Gaballi does accept SNAP and EBT payments to help feed the 42 million Americans who are receiving food assistance from the Federal Government.  

Gaballi gives $1 to the host sites for every box they deliver and also has a program to donate a percentage of free food to all of these active organizations and their members.  Non-profit organizations are using the free food they earn to fill their food pantries and help the growing number of individuals and families lining up at their organization for aid and assistance.  Schools are also reporting a rise of children in need of food assistance programs. Gaballi is giving these organizations another avenue to help feed all of these families in need, and offering everyone a chance to cut their groceries bills by thirty to seventy percent. The next food delivery date is November 19, 2011 and the deadline for the public to place their orders for this delivery date is Sunday, November 13th at midnight.