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New Pilgrim’s initiative to invest $3.5M in Georgia supporting local communities

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GREELEY, Colo. — Building on its ongoing sustainability and social responsibility efforts, Pilgrim’s announced plans today to invest $3.5 million in Georgia to help local communities respond to coronavirus and invest in the future.

The investment is part of a new, national $20 million initiative called Hometown Strong that adds to commitments Pilgrim’s has made this year to protect employees and ensure their job security amid the global pandemic.

“We take great pride in feeding American families every day,” said Fabio Sandri, Pilgrim’s interim CEO. “We also recognize our responsibility to do more than just produce food. . .

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