What could be better: A delicious healthy lunch delivered straight to your desk and knowing that the lunch you're eating is feeding another in need. 

Thanks to the good people of Too Good, the social enterprise that was launched last year through Deliveroo, every lunch that's ordered off their menu, donates another to a domestic violence shelter in Melbourne and Sydney.  And the latest chef to collaborate with the non-for-profit is Ben Shewry from Melbourne's renowned restaurant, Attica.  

Now your delivered lunch can help a domestic violence victim

Now added to Too Good's menu is Shewry's creation of a kimchi salad with chicken and soba noodles, $14, which is available from both Sydney and Melbourne via Deliveroo.  

"We know from working with survivors of domestic violence that small things count. This is why we work with Australia's greatest chefs to design meals that demonstrate worth. We're grateful to have a delicious lunch from Ben Shewry on our menu, and delivery made possible through our partnership with Deliveroo," explains Two Good founder, Rob Caslik.

Now your delivered lunch can help a domestic violence victim

Shewry is the latest recruit to collaborate with Too Good. Previously, the organisation has worked chefs Neil Perry, George Calombaris, and Kylie Kwong.

So instead of resorting to your soggy sandwich come lunch, indulge in this gourmet salad and know you're feeding another tummy out there, too.

Now your delivered lunch can help a domestic violence victim