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Tyson Foods donates $240K to Kansas food bank

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WICHITA, Kan. — Tyson Foods has announced a $242,069 donation to the Kansas Food Bank to fund improvements to the food bank’s warehouse, an updated online ordering system and the purchase of a tractor and trailer. The company also donated a truckload of protein to the food bank totaling 32,340 pounds.

“We are very thankful to Tyson Foods for funding our capital improvement projects,” said Brian Walker, president and CEO of Kansas Food Bank. “We believe every meal matters, and are always looking for ways to stretch our dollars and improve our operation to bring more food to. . .

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