Pillsbury and Philip Morris this month separately unveiled hunger-relief efforts with major commitments of funding and resources. ment to Second Harvest, the large national hunger-relief organization. Pillsbury will provide 192,000 cans of Progresso Soup for Second Harvest food banks in Connecticut, Oregon, Washington, Minnesota, Indiana and New Jersey. The Second Harvest network distributes 1 billion pounds of donated food and grocery products to 26 million hungry Americans annually. ...

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