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Chicken of the Sea donated more than 2.5 million servings of protein rich seafood

Christian Fernsby |
Chicken of the Sea North America and parent company, Thai Union Group, are urging food companies to continue working together to build more sustainable food chains as part of broader efforts to tackle world hunger.

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Thai Union has increased its own support for communities where it operates during the coronavirus pandemic to assist both them and the healthcare workers tackling the virus, said Thiraphong Chansiri, Thai Union President and CEO.

In the United States, Chicken of the Sea, has executed ongoing national and local food donations, culminating in millions of servings of protein donated since the coronavirus pandemic began.

With Americans’ need for food assistance exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic, Chicken of the Sea has doubled down on its commitment to fight food insecurity, donating more than 2.5 million servings of canned and frozen tuna, salmon and other protein packed products to hunger relief organizations helping within the local communities where the company operates.

This is accomplished through partnerships with organizations like Feeding America and Convoy of Hope, both of which serve people in need across the country to deliver crucial nourishment to families, children and the elderly.


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