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LivingFuel, Natural News team up to donate non-GMO emergency food aid to Texas flood victims


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(NaturalNews) The Natural News distribution of LivingFuel emergency non-GMO food aid to Texas flood victims is now complete. As we reported earlier, LivingFuel and the Natural News Store pledged nearly $100,000 in emergency food aid to Texas flood victims.

Unlike most emergency food which is frequently made from GMO foods like corn and soy, our donations consist entirely of non-GMO foods to support the improved health and healing recovery of victims of natural disasters.

The donation consisted of $88,000 in LivingFuel Super Protein and Super Berry superfoods from Living Fuel (www.LivingFuel.com) along with another $10,000 in Natural News Store food donations. Natural News also handled the physical distribution and logistics coordination of the emergency food distribution. (This was no small task, as things were quite chaotic in the local region following the catastrophic floods.)

Food donations made to Bastrop and Hays counties

We first distributed cases of LivingFuel Super Protein to the Bastrop County Long Term Recovery Team (www.bastropcountylongtermrecovery.org) which distributed the food supplies to displaced families in Bastrop County.

Next, we coordinated a $10,000 donation to the Hays County Food Bank (www.HaysFoodBank.org) and made arrangements to deliver pallets of LivingFuel emergency food supplies there. (See photos below.)

The Hays County Food Bank personnel were very impressed with the quality of the food they were receiving from us, and a look around their facility left no doubt that some high-end plant-based protein sources would be very welcomed. (Too often, emergency food consists of heavily processed canned foods and factory junk foods... precisely because those foods have a very long shelf life.)

The Hays County Food Bank told us they were "overwhelmed with generous donations" and they deeply appreciated not only the Living Fuel protein, but also our Natural News $10,000 emergency food donation on top of that.

Next stop: The Salvation Army in South Austin

Next we arranged for more pallets to be delivered to the Salvation Army in South Austin, where they had a forklift to assist in the offloading. (Forklifts are really important in these emergency food operations because it's the only efficient way to move large quantities into warehouses and distribution centers.)

There, the forklift driver told us he had already heard of Living Fuel and he said something like, "Wow, that stuff isn't cheap! That's the good stuff!"

He's right, of course: This isn't some junk, low-end genetically modiFRIED soy protein garbage. This is LivingFuel, a premium, high-end, laboratory-validated multi-sourced protein powder made from plant sources. Learn more at www.LivingFuel.com

Here are some photos showing our delivery and offloading of pallets of LivingFuel superfood:


























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