45 Hurricane Florence I n the wake of historic flooding caused by Hurricane Florence, we delivered a half million pounds of protein — the equivalent of 416,000 meals, to Feeding America-affiliated food banks in the Carolinas to help residents and recovery efforts in communities impacted by the disaster. As part of our response, the PERDUE® Chicken Food Truck team deployed to and prepared more than 2,000 pounds of chicken and served more than 5,000 sandwiches over a 12-day period in Maxton and Lumberton in North Carolina. Perdue associates in the region helped the food truck team distribute meals to first responders, volunteers and those in the community impacted by the flooding. We also donated more than $200,000 through the Franklin P. and Arthur W. Perdue Foundation to support local American Red Cross chapters. California Wildfires During the tragic wildfires in Sonoma County, our Petaluma Poultry Food Truck provided support to the local community, first responders, medical staff, evacuees and volunteers by serving more than 1,320 chicken lunches and dinners over a one-week period in the neighboring cities of Petaluma, Santa Rosa and Redwood Valley, Calif. Supporting Our Neighbors in Times of Natural Disasters The Perdue Food Truck Relief Team during Hurricane Florence PEOPLE & PARTNERS: OUR COMMUNITIES