SPAR Gran Canaria raises 24,800 kilogrammes of food for local foodbank

July 30, 2020 IN THE CATEGORY: Community, COVID-19, Responsible retailing

SPAR Gran Canaria has helped donate more than 24,800 kilogrammes of food to the Las Palmas Food Bank following a collection drive held in SPAR stores across the island.

With this initiative, SPAR Gran Canaria is helping more than 27,000 people who have run into financial trouble because of the coronavirus crisis.

The Solidarity Food Collection in the month of July adds to a range of solidarity commitments organised by the SPAR Partner in the first half of 2020. The more than 24,800 kilogrammes of food were donated by customers at all SPAR stores on the island. Donations included staples such as milk, oil, sugar, gofio, coffee, beans, sausages, soups, and canned goods such as tuna and sardines.

SPAR Gran Canaria’s intensified efforts to support the island’s population have resulted in 25% more donations than in previous years.

Source: SPAR Spain

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About SPAR Spain

SPAR Spain was founded in 1959 as a result of the coming together of a group of wholesalers who wished to be part of an international organisation. The brand became the first voluntary trading chain to be established in Spain.

The head office is located in Barcelona, providing buying, marketing, communication and brand support to the 13 regional partners, continuing the expansion of the brand across the country.

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