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Coronavirus prompts Publix to buy excess food from farmers for donations
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Publix Super Markets Inc. has announced a new initiative that will provide hunger relief and minimize food waste in the U.S. amid the coronavirus pandemic. The announcement comes two weeks after news broke that farmers are being forced to throw away produce and milk intended for restaurants, schools and hotels.
CORONAVIRUS FORCES DAIRY FARMERS TO DUMP MILK MEANT FOR RESTAURANTS