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Food Freebies

In this section, TheFreeSite.com offers a roundup of food freebies. Here, you'll find a roundup of food-related offers like free groceries, free restaurant meals, food offers for kids, food pantries and food banks, food samples, and more. Please send us an E-mail if you'd like to submit an offer for us to consider for inclusion on TheFreeSite.com, or if you find a dead or expired listing. All listings are copyright 2017 by TheFreeSite.com.

Free scoop of ice cream

Download the mobile app for Baskin-Robbins and register a new account (or log in with an existing account) to get a free regular scoop of Baskin-Robbins ice cream at participating U.S. locations. Limit: one coupon per customer. (For Android and iPhone).

Free queso offer

Sign up with Moe's Southwest Grill's "Rockin' Reward Program" to get a free cup of queso, as well as other special offers. You'll also be eligible to get a free burrito on your birthday. You must be 13 or older to sign up. Offer valid only at participating locations. (U.S. only).

Free Joe's Crab Shack appetizer

Fill out the form to sign up with "Joe's Catch E-club" to get a free appetizer at Joe's Crab Shack seafood restaurants. (U.S. only).

Benihana birthday certificate

Follow the instructions to register for Benihana's "Chef's Table" to get a free $30 birthday certificate during the month of your birthday, as well as other special offers. The certificate is valid Mondays through Thursdays during dinner hours only. Valid at participating U.S. Benihana locations only. (U.S. only).

Free doughnut offer

Download the Krispy Kreme app and register for "Krispy Kreme Rewards" program and you'll get a free "Original Glazed" doughnut and other exclusive offers. (U.S. only).

FreeRice.com

At this site, you can help feed hungry people across the globe by playing vocabulary games. When you play the games here, the site donates 10 grains of rice to the United Nations World Food Program for each answer that you get right. The rice is paid for by the sponsors whose names appear at the bottom of your screen when you enter a correct answer.