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Holiday Food For Sharing

Publix – “Not just a supermarket”
We’re Making a Difference in the Communities We Serve

It’s that time of year again when we encourage our customers and associates to help those in need by donating to local food banks and pantries through our Food For Sharing in-store campaign, Nov. 7 through Nov. 27. The food will be donated to nonprofit organizations focused on those who are food-insecure in the communities we serve.

More than 49 million Americans struggle with hunger according to Feeding America, the nations leading authority on domestic hunger relief. Many are working families, children and the elderly.

There is something easy and convenient that each of us can do to help alleviate hunger in our communities. Stop by your neighborhood Publix and look for the Food For Sharing display. Select a donation ticket from the display and hand it to the cashier when you check out. A donation will be added to your grocery total.

Your donation will sponsor the following items:
  • $4.73 provides green beans, tuna, macaroni and cheese and grits
  • $9.62 provides grits, instant potatoes, green beans, rice, beef stew and macaroni and cheese
  • $13.48 provides fruit cocktail, grape jelly, peanut butter, tuna, green beans, rice and a canned ham.
As a token of appreciation, Publix provides a complimentary reusable grocery bag to those who donate.

The Food For Sharing program is a WIN/WIN for all of our partners. We help our customers, partner food agencies and our stores save time, money and reduce the carbon footprint. By donating food in bulk from our local distribution centers, we are more fuel efficient, customers have a convenient way to give back and pre-packaged bags do not need to be broken down and then re-sorted once it arrives at the food pantry. Food For Sharing makes it faster and easier to get food into the hands of those who need it most. Publix’s very generous customers and associates donated more than $4.8 million to help feed those in need last holiday season.