The province is working on a plan to replace food spoiled by the ice storm.

“The thing that I have heard the most concern about is the spoilage of food,” said Premier Kathleen Wynne, speaking at a senior’s home in Scarborough Saturday.

The extra food will be available to vulnerable people who can’t afford to replace food lost during widespread power outages that resulted from last weekend’s ice storm.

Wynne said the extra food will be available at places of worship, community centres, and the offices of community organizations.

Municipal and community officials are working out the details.

Further information will be announced by Monday.