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Chipotle and United Way to Raise Funds for Hurricane Florence Recovery on Sunday, September 30

Half of all sales on Sunday, Sept. 30 from Chipotle restaurants in North Carolina will go directly to the United Way Hurricane Florence Recovery Fund

Chipotle Mexican Grill will donate half of all sales from its 60 North Carolina restaurants on Sunday, September 30 to the United Way Hurricane Florence Recovery Fund. The fund will help local United Ways meet storm-related needs and support mid- to long-term recovery throughout the affected regions.

"Our communities – including our employees and our customers – across North Carolina are dealing with the destruction of Florence, and we want to do what we can to help rebuild," said Brian Niccol, Chipotle CEO. "Since the storm hit, we've fed volunteers, worked with our local suppliers to donate food, and...

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Sep 28 8:13 AM, General News



Pilgrim’s Teams Up with Kroger to Donate 750,000 Meals to Support Florence Recovery Efforts

GREELEY, Colo.- Pilgrim’s and Kroger today announced a joint partnership to support communities impacted by Hurricane Florence through a donation of 80,000 pounds of Just BARE chicken —Pilgrim’s brand committed to providing good food for more people.

The Pilgrim’s and Kroger teams are proud to lend their support to Hurricane Florence recovery efforts. Partnering with Feeding America, the joint effort will distribute 750,000 meals to families and local communities in the Carolinas recovering from the natural disaster that made landfall on Sept. 14.

“It has been humbling to watch communities come together to support one another in this time of need,” said Felix Turner, Kroger Corporate Affairs Manager. “We are proud to...

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Sep 26 2:31 PM, General News


Smithfield Foods Supports Hurricane Florence Disaster-Relief Efforts in North Carolina

Company Provides 480,000 Servings of Protein to Feeding America Through Helping Hungry Homes® Initiative, Commits $100,000 to American Red Cross

SMITHFIELD, Va.-- Following historic flooding and devastation in North Carolina in the wake of Hurricane Florence, Smithfield Foods, Inc. is donating 480,000 servings of protein through its Helping Hungry Homes® initiative to two local food banks and has committed $100,000 to the American Red Cross to support ongoing disaster-relief and recovery efforts in the state.

The company has mobilized their signature hunger-relief initiative, Helping Hungry Homes®, to donate 120,000 pounds of protein, equivalent to 480,000 servings, to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Southeast North Carolina and Food Bank of ...

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Sep 21 1:58 PM, General News


USDA Assistance Available for Flood Damaged Ag Land

Columbia, S.C., — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is responding to South Carolina farmers and ranchers who suffered damage to working lands and livestock mortality because of Hurricane Florence. Producers are encouraged to sign up for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP). USDA is holding a special signup through the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) for agricultural livestock mortality and carcass disposal. Signup is now available in Chesterfield, Marlboro, Dillon, Marion, Horry, Kershaw and contiguous counties. The first signup period ends September 28, 2018. A second signup period will end on November 2, 2018.

Conservation practices also available through...

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Sep 21 2:51 AM, General News


Perdue Activates Carolinas Disaster Relief In Wake of Hurricane Florence

Delivering foods, meals and financial support to support recovery efforts

Salisbury, Md.— In response to historic flooding in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, Perdue Farms is sending truckloads of food and the Perdue Chicken Food Truck to the Carolinas, along with donations to local American Red Cross chapters, to help residents and recovery efforts in the communities impacted by this disaster.

“The losses endured by thousands of Carolinians, including many of our associates, farmers and their families, is heartbreaking. It hits close to home,” said Randy Day, CEO of Perdue Farms. “We hope our contributions will speed the recovery process in the region.”

Perdue is working with Feeding America® to deliver a half million pounds of food— the equivalent of 416,000 meals — to local member food banks in the Carolinas. Perdue ...

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Sep 21 2:18 AM, General News


North Carolina Pork Council Hurricane Florence Update

Five days after Hurricane Florence struck North Carolina, most of our 2,100 hog farms are returning to normal operations. For a small portion of farms, logistical challenges amid record levels of flooding continue as hog farmers and partner production companies are taking extraordinary steps to ensure animal care. In many cases, this means farmers have remained at the barns for days without access to the outside world because they are remaining with their animals. In others, farmers are accessing the barns by boat and, in a few cases, farmers and employees have shuttled to barns by helicopter to reach the animals. The size of the area impacted by the hurricane that involves our operations is across 14 counties, the total size of which is larger than the states of Massachusetts and Rhode ...

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Sep 20 7:44 AM, General News


Denny's Unveils New 'Mobile Relief Diner' In Time To Support Those Impacted By Hurricane Florence

Custom-built, 53-foot mobile kitchen will serve free hot breakfasts to those in need

Denny's has revealed an all-new, completely-customized Mobile Relief Diner, a 53-foot traveling kitchen which will visit areas impacted by natural disasters to serve free, freshly-cooked pancake breakfasts during a time of critical need. Denny's will immediately deliver upon the Mobile Relief Diner's mission with direct deployment to assist those affected by Hurricane Florence, helping feed local residents, first responders, volunteers and others.

The Mobile Relief Diner will head to the Carolinas this week following a recent test run in Northern California, where Denny's rolled-out the mobile kitchen to assist several communities affected by the record-breaking ...

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Sep 20 12:02 AM, General News




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