Day: January 7, 2022

Tyson Foods donates 64 million meals to fight hunger in 2021

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

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10 Best Shows Like Next Level Chef

In Gordon Ramsay’s latest exciting reality series, Next Level Chef, foodies work hard and hope to win $250,000. Many different aspects of the food world are represented here, from people who run food trucks t0 people who cook at home and those who have big social media followings.

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Gordon Ramsay has brought his expertise and famous harsh and honest personality to many shows within this genre, and while fans will want to check this new one out, there are many other food reality shows that are a lot of fun to watch (and will make anyone hungry).

10 Restaurant: Impossible

Stream on Discovery+


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There are some memorable cooking TV shows, and sometimes it’s fun to watch a series that is about being passionate about getting in the kitchen, coming up with creative new dishes, and also running a

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A NEW LINE OF PLANT-BASED READY-TO-EAT LATIN ENTREES

Minority-Owned Company Will Bring Delicious, Nutritious And Affordable Entrees Directly To Consumer Doors

Published: Jan. 6, 2022 at 12:45 PM EST|Updated: 10 hours ago

NEW YORK, Jan. 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Ilinel Food Company, founded by Guatemalan-born Harry Lewis, announced today the launch of its new brand Casa Verde: healthy, affordable, ready-to-eat entrees for consumers everywhere. Backed by one of the largest food and beverage companies in Latin America, Casa Verde is disrupting the Latin market by making traditional Latin food completely plant based. The brand will launch with four different sustainable entrees that can be ready in just 60 seconds with a stovetop or microwave: Garbanzos Al Pastor, Lentil Mole, Coconut Chowder, and Red Bean Pozole. All of the ingredients used in Casa Verde meals are 100% plant-based, organic, sustainably sourced, kosher and non-GMO. The ready-to-eat meals are convenient and accessible to

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Friday January 7, 2022