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The program was launched out of GK Foods’ acknowledgment of the vital role of grocery store workers in sustainable food supply. Face masks have also been distributed during the eight-week initiative. GraceKennedy (GK) Foods USA is this week, winding down its eight-week “With Love from Grace” Appreciation Food Truck Tour, which has seen the company delivering hot lunches to some 2,000 essential workers over some 30 stops in New York and Florida since June. “Grace does a very good job. We are very proud of our relationship. This is the first time we’ve ever seen anything like this. It brings out the Jamaican in you,” said Elvin ‘Eddie’ Fernandez, Owner of Bravo Supermarket in West Park, Florida, whose team benefitted from the Food Tour. The Grace team also made stops at Walmart, Broward Meat and Fish, Presidente, Bravo, Shoprite, Western Beef and Pathmark Supermarkets across New York and Florida. This was our way of showing our appreciation for the selflessness and courage displayed by grocery store workers in keeping stores open during the COVID-19 pandemic. They have helped millions of people get through the current global crisis without interruption, risking their lives, while maintaining the highest level of quality and service,” said Derrick Reckord, President and CEO of GraceKennedy Foods USA, LLC. Essential workers were treated to lunches consisting of Jamaican staples including jerk chicken, plantains, rice and peas, fish with festival and a selection of Grace Tropical Rhythms and coconut water. “Grace is a family brand, known and loved both at home in Jamaica and internationally. While we have contributed to several relief efforts in cash and kind, we also wanted to ensure that retail partners in our key markets, who work to keep our communities fed, are recognized for the essential service that they provide.
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A FIVE-WICKET haul from medium pacer Deonarine Seegobin propelled the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) to a 69-run win over Third Class Cricket Club when action in the GCA/New Building Society (NBS) 2nd Division 40-Over cricket competition continued last Sunday at the GNIC ground. Although GCC won the game, their batsmen never dominated. A few got starts, but none took control as Third Class opening bowler Ray Bryan did the early damage. Soon GCC were struggling at 68-6, but A. Rodrigues joined C. Persaud and the pair added 42 runs for the seventh wicket.Persaud reached the boundary four times in his knock of 21, while Rodrigues hit six fours in his top score of 36.GCC’s U-17 skipper Zachary Jodah also played a few shots towards the end. The 13-year-old finished with 19 unbeaten runs to push his team to 153 before they were bowled out in 32 overs.Medium pacer Alvin Castello and Bryan finished with three wickets each, while off-spinner Andre O’Neal supported with two scalps.First Class never got into any rhythm when they batted, as Deonarine bowled wicket-to-wicket. The right-hander’s dismissals included four leg-before and a clean-bowled decisions. The 23-year-old finished with 5-12 from seven overs, while left-arm spinners Devon Lord and Stephon Wilson finished with figures of 3-13 and 2-29 respectively.Wilson took his wickets early while Lord cleaned up the tail.Although three of the Third Class batmen reached double figures, none reached 15 runs.