In a time of crisis, all hands are on deck as people are affected emotionally and financially. Since the spread of the coronavirus started impacting the globe on a pandemic scale, efforts have been made in order to help those in need.
This week, U.S. Sugar provided more than 120,000 servings of fresh, locally-grown green beans to their employees, to churches in south Florida, to food banks and to Healthcare providers.
The food was delivered through 1,000 crates.
In a statement, Judy Sanchez, the U.S. Sugar Senior Director for Corporate Communications and Public Affairs, expressed that “we are neighbors helping neighbors and trying to share the bounty of our farms with local families when they need it most.”
Moreover, “these communities, where we have lived and raised our families for generations, hold a special place in our hearts.”
As such, Sanchez assured that “local families can have faith in knowing the people of U.S. Sugar will always be there for them.”