Sysco Provides Food for Loomis Student Breakfast and Lunch Program

Sysco Provides Food for Loomis Student Breakfast and Lunch Program

Sysco donates food to Loomis schools for their meals’ program, which Lynn Moore picks up daily in her school van and returns to the school cafeterias for staff to prepare for 300 to 350 students per day./Courtesy

Loomis Union School District food service employees distribute student meals to a lineup of cars during school closures due to the COVID-19 crisis./Courtesy

Loomis Union School District food service employees Kathryn Ramirez, Laura Van Dyke, Faatui Roberts and Dana Pineschi are providing meals for Loomis students during spring break. They wore masks made by co-worker, Denise Steinhauer, and gloves when delivering food to families waiting in their cars./Courtesy

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During the COVID-19 crisis, many businesses are stepping up to help their neighbors.

The local Sysco distribution center is one of those businesses. Sysco has been donating food to the Loomis Union School District for its food services program since campuses were closed.

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Sysco works closely with suppliers, customers and government entities, along with key hunger partners like Feeding America in the U.S. and Second Harvest in Canada to find new ways to address increasing food insecurity brought about by these challenging, unprecedented times.  The Company’s four-pronged community response strategy supports food redistribution efforts across the global supply chain, including product donations, direct delivery to food banks and other hunger relief organizations, the loaning of refrigerated trucks and facility storage space to increase capacity for local food distribution, and volunteer and staffing support for mobile distribution efforts.