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NYS, Chobani to Pack Donations to Hurricane Survivors
New York Ag Connection - 09/14/2021

New York State food maker Chobani is sending more than 200,000 products, including cups of New York yogurt, to those affected by Hurricane Ida. An additional 100,000 products will go to Afghan evacuees in temporary housing across the country, as well as the US servicemen and women supporting them.

New York State Agriculture Commissioner Richard A. Ball will join Chobani to help load one delivery vehicle providing relief to hard-hit Mamaronek, N.Y. In the wake of Hurricane Ida, and to assist our troops who are caring for refugees evacuated from Afghanistan, Chobani is dispatching trucks full of food from the company's upstate New York plant to the New York City area, Louisiana, and New Jersey.

The loading will take place Sept. 14 at Chobani's facility in New Berlin.

State officials encourage other New York businesses and residents to follow Chobani's lead and lend a hand to Hurricane Ida victims and Afghan evacuees where possible. Chobani has a long history of community support and engagement, including during the pandemic, having donated more than 8.5 million products to people in need from coast-to-coast, including through the State's Nourish New York initiative.


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