Saul’s deli co-owner provides meals to Ukrainian refugees at the border

A co-owner of Saul’s Restaurant and Delicatessan in Berkeley has been working on the front lines near the Ukrainian border with World Central Kitchen to provide meals to refugees. Chef Peter Levitt has been in Europe since April to offer his help and cooking expertise to the organization. Saul’s manager Will Bekker called Levitt a mensch, referring to the Yiddish word for a person of integrity and honor. “One, he’s just that type of guy. He’s one to stand up there, but then also his family comes from Eastern Europe,” he said. World Central Kitchen’s “Chefs fo Ukraine” has provided millions of meals since the start of the Russian invasion. Organizers said that every day they provide hundreds of thousands of fresh meals and food kits.

A co-owner of Saul’s Restaurant and Delicatessan in Berkeley has been working on the front lines near the Ukrainian border with World Central Kitchen to provide meals to refugees.

Chef Peter Levitt has been in Europe since April to offer his help and cooking expertise to the organization.

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Saul’s manager Will Bekker called Levitt a mensch, referring to the Yiddish word for a person of integrity and honor.

“One, he’s just that type of guy. He’s one to stand up there, but then also his family comes from Eastern Europe,” he said.

World Central Kitchen’s “Chefs fo Ukraine” has provided millions of meals since the start of the Russian invasion.

Organizers said that every day they provide hundreds of thousands of fresh meals and food kits.

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