Viterra and Canadian Foodgrains Bank continue partnership
Monica FergusonFood Food & Beverage Alberta and Saskatchewan Canadian Foodgrains Bank hunger response project world hunger
For the seventh consecutive year, Viterra Canada is providing land around five of its terminals in Alberta and Saskatchewan to the Canadian Foodgrains Bank.
The plots of land are used by farmers who volunteer their time, expertise, and resources to grow crops and raise funds for the Foodgrains Bank’s hunger response projects around the world.
“We’re grateful for Viterra and their sustained sponsorship over the past seven years,” said Andy Harrington, executive director, Foodgrains Bank. “And with a hunger crisis gripping the world, their contribution is more necessary than ever before.”
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