Ham and ribs came rolling into Second Harvest Food Bank on Wednesday in one of
the biggest donations that the agency expects to see this year.
“Very rarely do we get a tractor-trailer full of meat,” said Jaynee Day,
president and CEO of Second Harvest.
Smithfield Foods and the United Food and Commercial Workers donated 150,000
servings of ham and ribs, which will be split between individual food boxes for
local families and programs that serve food directly to those in need.
The donation couldn’t have come at a better time for Second Harvest. The group
is seeing former donors come to ask for help in feeding their families.
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