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Bengaluru: GRB Dairy Foods, a well-known FMCG company, has come forward to support the fight against coronavirus by contributing Rs 25 lakh for Karnataka state government’s CM Relief Fund COVID-19. The company which has presence across India and overseas markets plans to further contribute to the people of Karnataka in many other possible ways.
Food kits with essential groceries worth Rs. 20 lakh is also being distributed in Karnataka by GRB Dairy Foods. The contents of food kits consist of essential items that include – rice, dal, sugar, salt, chili powder, turmeric powder, and sambar powder.
Speaking on this humanitarian initiative, G.R. Balasubramaniam, Founder, and Chairman, GRB Dairy Foods Pvt. Ltd said, “Presently, we are facing a major health crisis, where the nation is fighting against the deadly coronavirus pandemic and this is our sincere effort in helping overcome the same. As a responsible and committed corporate citizen, we are concerned about the health and wellbeing of the society and the nation that we live in, and we are hopeful that this initiative of ours will aid the government in relief work and the food kits will help the needy people.”
In the wake of coronavirus outbreak, the central and state governments of India have appealed to the people to donate money for providing better healthcare and advanced medical support system to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and assist those who need help.