WFXL Story: 26,000 jars of peanut butter heading to help the Bahamas
A Southern Ag truck loaded with 17 pallets of peanut butter (24,480 jars) made its way to the Tropical Shipping West Palm Beach location and is on its way to help the survivors of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. This donation is from Peanut Proud on behalf of all segments of the U.S. peanut industry (growers, buying points, shellers and manufacturers).
Peanut Proud is currently accepting donations for Hurricane Dorian relief efforts. Peanut butter is one of the most requested food items in times of crisis because it is nutritious, filling, palatable to all ages and requires neither refrigeration nor water for preparation. Please consider donating to our relief campaign today.
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Peanut Proud In A Nutshell
“To unite the peanut community in celebrating its pride through humanitarian efforts and the recognition of excellence.”
In 2010, Peanut Proud, Inc. was established as a non-profit organization with the main goal of “uniting the peanut community by celebrating its pride through humanitarian efforts and the recognition of excellence.” Volunteers participated in food drives to collect peanut butter and donations for local food banks; a scholarship in food safety was established with funding from the peanut industry...
WALB Story: 27K jars of the 'best food’: South Ga. organization helps out Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian