Food Lion Feeds, the charitable giving arm of the supermarket chain, has sent two semi-trailers last week full of food and other essential supplies from South Carolina to Florida, supporting residents recovering from Hurricane Ian.
The delivery will benefit Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida, the largest hunger-relief network in Southwest Florida, which serves many of the communities most impacted by Hurricane Ian. The delivery includes pallets of water, canned soup, canned vegetables, rice, dried beans, macaroni and cheese, antibacterial wipes, baby food and pet food.
In addition to the product delivery, Food Lion Feeds raised funds in partnership with customers to support efforts of the American Red Cross to provide meals and assistance to residents affected by the devastation. Through Oct. 18, Food Lion customers at its more than 1,100 stores across 10 states had the option to make a cash donation at the register to support neighbors and communities in the path of Hu...
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