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Tyson Foods Donates 30,000 Pounds of Frozen Meats to Food Bank of NEA

SEPTEMBER 28, 2006 - Posted at 4:07 p.m. CDT

 

JONESBORO, AR - A new partnership has formed to help fight hunger in northeast Arkansas.

Today, the Food Bank of Northeast Arkansas became one of four food banks in the state to receive nearly 30,000 pounds of frozen meat products from Tyson Foods.

The gift is part of a three-year partnership with Tyson and several food banks around the state, and is part of the Second Harvest program.

The donated food will be distributed from Jonesboro through the 100 agencies served by the Food Bank of NEA.

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