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Cobb donates more than 20K pounds of protein in hunger relief

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SILOAM SPRINGS, Ark. — As part of its commitment to supporting hunger relief and the local community, Cobb donates more than 20,000 pounds of quality, frozen protein to the Manna Center. The civic organization provides food and clothing assistance to those in need. The contribution is equivalent to more than 40,000 meals for people in Northwest Arkansas and Northeast Oklahoma.

“At Cobb, we believe it is important to treat each other like family,” said Rex Dickey, corporate chaplain for Cobb. “We understand many people in our region struggle with food insecurity, so we want our community partners to know. . .

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