Hatching noble idea to feed needy


(From left) CP Malaysia assistant vice-president Chalothon Nueanim, Dr Sakda, Zenxin Agriculture director Tai Kok Khong, Mohd Syazwan, Ceva Animal Health Malaysia area director Dr Amanda Lim, Ong, Liang Kee Farming managing director Tan Leng Yee and general manager Jimmy Lee at the TLFP warehouse.

THE Lost Food Project (TLFP), together with Ceva Animal Health Malaysia and local poultry producers, has contributed 100,000 eggs to some 56 charities and 7,500 underprivileged communities.

The donation will go directly to low-income (B40) communities and charity homes across the Klang Valley, including Grace Food Bank, Pertubuhan Komuniti Kasih Selangor, Lighthouse Children Welfare Home, Yayasan Chow Kit and IDEAS.

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