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Foster Farms donates 2M servings to COVID-19 hunger relief efforts

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LIVINGSTON, Calif. — Foster Farms is partnering with food banks to help provide more than 2 million meals to families impacted by the economic consequences of COVID-19. The family-owned company is actively contributing to hunger relief efforts delivering much needed protein to food banks and community organizations on the West Coast, and in Louisiana and Alabama.

“COVID-19 has touched the very fabric of American life,” said Foster Farms’ Vice President of Communications Ira Brill. “As a company, we have always felt a responsibility to support to our communities in times of adversity. Food banks are on front lines. . .

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