Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Limited or CP Foods company is continuing its “CPF Food from the Heart Against Flood” initiative to assist flood-hit villagers in Sing Buri province. So far, the company has distributed safe food and relief supplies to those affected by flood in 24 provinces throughout Thailand.
Dr. Kunnawutt Krualoy, CP Foods’ Vice President for Swine Business, said that Sing Buri is one provinces has been hit by heavy flood for several weeks, so the company’s swine business’s disaster volunteers team quickly mobilized to provide fresh meat, eggs and drinking water to the Royal mobile kitchen in collaboration with the Friends in Need (of “Pa”) Volunteers Foundation under the Thai Red Cross Society through Singburi Provincial Livestock Office to give freshly cooked meals to 5,484 households in 4 subdistricts where suffered from flooding.
“We are appreciated the immediate assistance provided by CP Foods volunteers. We hope that everyone can get through this crisis together,” said the head of the Singburi Provincial Livestock Office.
Moreover, the company provided 60 kilograms of pork meat, 1,200 fresh eggs,1,200 bottles of drinking water, canned food, milk and food supplies to Thubya villagers whose houses and rice fields were submerged.
“The food aids from CP Foods help flood relief to more than 320 households in Thubya subdistrict with 650 people affected by hard-hit flooding,” said Mitree Imkaew, Head of Thubya Village.