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Jose Andres provides meals to Diamond Princess passengers

Chef José Andrés’ non-profit organization World Central Kitchen arrived Tuesday in Yokohama, Japan, to help feed Diamond Princess cruise passengers under coronavirus quarantine. 

Andrés, a James Beard Award-winning chef credited with popularizing tapas in the United States, founded the organization in 2010 in response to the 7.0 magnitude earthquake in Haiti. Since then, WCK continues to assist those in need around the world.

“Just doing our small part to assist during this difficult time. @WCKitchen will be there working side by side with everyone on the ground as long as we are needed,” Andrés tweeted Monday, adding the hashtag “#HanginthereDiamondPrincess.”

Beginning with lunch Tuesday, Andrés’ crew prepared food off-site and used a forklift to load food into cruise ship to help alleviate the workload for Diamond Princess crew members who “just have to distribute the food – they don’t have to make the food,” WCK field operations director Sam Bloch said in a video update. 

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