LUBBOCK, TX (NEWS RELEASE) - As Hurricane Harvey makes landfall, Breedlove Foods, Inc., a Lubbock, Texas-based humanitarian relief organization, announced plans to send a semi-truck container with food for the Gulf Coast of Texas.
The truck will contain various dehydrated rice and soup blends as well as Vitanut, a ready-to-eat, peanut and soy based product, for use when water is not available.
Pending landfall status, departure is expected Monday 8/28 or Tuesday 8/29 from the Breedlove processing facility in Lubbock. More departure information will be provided once landfall has occurred.
Anyone interested in donating toward the Hurricane Harvey food assistance effort, may do so through the Breedlove website at www.breedlove.org or through the Breedlove Hurricane Harvey Relief campaign page at https://www.justgiving.com/campaigns/charity/breedlovefoodsinc/hurricaneharvey
HOW TO HELP
Through partnerships and donations, Breedlove is able to continue fighting against food insecurity on a local and global scale. To get involved, visit www.breedlove.org or call 806.741.0404.
Breedlove Foods, Inc., is the largest nonprofit food processor in the world dedicated to humanitarian aid. Since 1994, Breedlove has distributed more than 1.78 billion servings of food to communities both local and abroad, totaling over 67 countries. Through over 80 partnerships, Breedlove fulfills its mission to provide nutritious food to the world’s most vulnerable. For more information, visit their website www.breedlove.org or call 806.741.0404. Connect with Breedlove through social media @BreedloveFoods on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
(News release from Breedlove Foods, Inc.)
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