Daniel’s Table: fighting food insecurity one city at a time

In Framingham, David Blais chatted with children who were waiting for grilled cheese sandwiches. // SUZANNE KREITER/GLOBE STAFF/FILE 2014

In my search for information about food insecurity, I often come across the stories of people around the country who are doing their part to help more people have access to consistent, healthy food.

This short Q-and-A piece by the Boston Globe focuses on David Blaise, the owner of the Foodie Cafe in Framingham, Massachusetts, and the efforts he and his wife are making to fight food insecurity one town at a time.

In three years, they’ve gone from distributing 225 meals to 15,000 meals a month. That’s pretty awesome.