Florida restaurant offering way for patrons to 'earn' free meals

A restaurant in Bartow in Polk County is changing the way their patrons purchase food.
Mosaic's Community Cafe is allowing its customers to either pay what they can or volunteer to earn free meals.
Instead of a set price the restaurant provides a "suggested donation" for patrons. 
Managers say their ultimate goal is to fight local hunger.
The staff says those who purchase a meal can also buy "food tokens" which provide meals for the needy.
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