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Tyson Foods sending food, cook teams to Georgia for hurricane relief

Tyson Foods has sent its 53-foot mobile kitchen and cook teams to Georgia to set up feeding centers.

The teams will be preparing and providing free meals on-site.

Around 250,000 pounds of Tyson product will be used to serve those in Georgia, in response to Hurricane Michael.

The locations will be set up at Walmarts in Cordele and Albany, Georgia.

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(This story was originally published on October 12, 2018)


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