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June 2, 2020

Luke’s Lobster Delivers to the Frontline In Many Ways

Since the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, NoMad restaurant Luke’s Lobster has been donating lobster rolls to hospital workers on the frontlines. It provides a DIY kit that contains all of the ingredients a frontline worker needs to make two delicious lobster rolls after their shift.

In addition to these efforts, Luke’s Lobster is partnering with four fishermen’s co-ops and Cabot Creamery to make and deliver over 500 servings of lobster lasagna to frontline workers, as reported by Mainebiz. The idea originated when Tad Miller, a fisherman from the Tenants Harbor Fisherman’s Co-op, reached out to Luke’s Lobster about working together to make this effort come to life (read the full the Mainebiz article here).

Luke’s Lobster has always made it a priority to support and give back to local communities. Outside of its COVID-19 efforts, Luke’s adheres to its commitment through local partnerships and contributions to The Ocean Foundation. This commitment helps support the people and towns in coastal areas where its seafood is sourced. As a certified B Corporation, Luke’s Lobster continues to make responsible decisions about the seafood it serves, where it comes from, and how it is harvested and handled.

You can be a Nomad Hero, too

To contribute a DIY Lobster Roll Kit for frontline workers, click here. Plus, with every donation of a DIY Lobser Roll Kit, Luke’s add a donation.