Tyson Foods supported its U.S. team members and plant communities in 2021 through numerous hunger and disaster relief efforts, community grants and on-site educational programs.
According to a news release, the company donated more than 16 million pounds of protein – the equivalent of 64 million meals – to fight hunger in fiscal 2021. The food donations, valued at $36 million, were given to food banks, pantries and hunger relief organizations in plant communities and across the nation.
“We remain committed to addressing food insecurity, supporting our team members and improving the quality of life in the communities where we operate,” said Tim Grailer, senior director of corporate social responsibility for Tyson Foods. “We know our efforts are stronger through collaboration and we’re honored to work with a network of outstanding community partners.”
In the Amarillo area, Tyson supported more than 50 local organizations with fresh or frozen protein as