Goya donates 100,000 pounds of food to Hurricane Isaac victims
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SECAUCUS – Latino-owned company Goya Foods will donate 100,000 pounds of Goya products to victims of hurricane Isaac in Louisiana, according to news reports. Nonprofit Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans and Acadiana will administer and distribute the food. The contribution equates to more than 83,000 meals that include items such as canned goods, rice, beans, and coconut water.

Hurricane Isaac made landfall on Aug 28 and damaged close to 59,000 dwellings across southeast Louisiana according to news reports.

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