Chobani donates 300K products for Ida relief, Afghanistan evacuees

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Chobani® Greek Yogurt in 32 oz. tubs and multi-packs are seen on the shelf in the dairy aisle at a local grocery store on August 12, 2021 in New York City. Photo credit Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images for Chobani

NEW YORK (WCBS 880) -- Chobani, which hails from the Empire State, announced Tuesday that it’ll be helping families affected by Ida and Afghaistan evacuees in the Tri-State area and Louisiana by donating nearly 300,000 food products.

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Chobani says it will be dispatching trucks filled with food from upstate New York to New York City, Louisiana and New Jersey.

The food maker is sending about 100,000 products, including New York-made yogurt, to food banks in New York City and surrounding areas.

On Thursday, Chobani is set to be on hand in Mamaroneck to help feed 300 people in need due to Ida’s impact.

In partnership with the United Service Organizations, Chobani will also send thousands of products to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey and Fort Lee in Virginia, where Afghan evacuees are being housed.