SPRINGDALE, Arkansas (KETK)- Tyson Foods is providing more than one million meals, water, and other essentials after a winter storm devastated many Texans. The business will work with local officials to deliver the items to Tyson team members and others in need.
The company is sending a tractor trailer carrying 250,000 pounds of food.
These products will be handed out in the following cities in Texas:
- Haltom City
- North Richland Hills
“The impact of this historic storm is still being felt and we’re deploying resources where we can make the most impact for our team members and Tyson communities,” said Debra Vernon, senior director, corporate social responsibility. “This response wouldn’t be possible without the support of our disaster relief partners and customers, who are all volunteering time and resources to make sure our response is as successful as possible.”
Tyson Foods Natural Disaster Preparedness Team is also monitoring how the winter weather impacted Arkansas and, they are getting ready to send resources.
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