Harris Teeter assembles 2,000 Thanksgiving meal kits for families in need at Lowcountry Food Bank

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Visit Lowcountry Food Bank’s pantry finder to find a food pantry that has available Thanksgiving food

Harris Teeter associates assembled 2,000 Thanksgiving meal kits last week for families in need in partnership with the Lowcountry Food Bank. Those bags will be given to families-in-need by Lowcountry Food Bank partner agencies/food pantries to make sure local families have a Thanksgiving meal this holiday. The bag assembly was hosted in conjunction with Harris Teeter’s annual Harvest Feast food and fund drive, which invites shoppers to round up their transactions at check-out to benefit its hunger-relief partners.

Each Thanksgiving meal bag contains food for a family of four’s Thanksgiving meal, including a whole turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, green beans, cranberry sauce, rolls and fudge brownies. Harris Teeter partnered with Cargill, Ocean Spray, General Mills, Bruce’s Yams, Idahoan Foods, McCormick, Kraft, and Kings Hawaiian to make this donation possible.

Visit The Lowcountry Food Bank at: https://lowcountryfoodbank.org/find-food/pantry/

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