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Tyson Foods grant helping feed hungry in Tennessee

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ASHVILLE, Tenn. — As part of Tyson Foods’ commitment to support the communities it serves, the company recently announced a $125,000 grant to Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. The investment will bolster the food bank’s ability to supply its agency partners and pantries with a variety of food through two projects.
The first project includes a $37,000 donation to fully fund 12 monthly mobile pantry distributions in Shelbyville, Tenn., a Tyson Foods community. These monthly distributions are expected to deliver a total of 240,000 pounds of produce, dry goods and canned protein.
The second project. . .

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