Peanut butter and jelly goes gourmet to help feed hungry children.

 Chef Greg Daniels from Haven Gastropub

Chef Greg Daniels from Haven Gastropub

Story by Lori Corbin ---

ORANGE, Calif. (KABC) -- Orange County chefs are cooking up a twist on a popular lunchtime staple to raise money for charity. It's called "PBJ for Good." You can try out some gourmet-inspired PB and J's and help a worthy cause.

At Haven Gastropub in Orange, Chef Greg Daniels offers a new take on the old peanut butter and jelly sandwich as a way to raise money to end "SAM."

"'SAM' stands for Severe Acute Malnutrition, which is an issue that affects about 20 million young children, and 2 million of those children die," said Luke Mysse, co-founder of

Mysse says children, primarily from Africa and Asia don't have a strong enough nutrition foundation to survive. He teamed up with Mana, a Georgia company, to create a solution....

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