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General Mills joins aid efforts to ease earthquake woes in China

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MINNEAPOLIS General Mills Foundation, in cooperation with General Mills China, has agreed to provide $500,000 to the American Red Cross for earthquake response efforts led in the Sichuan Province, an area where General Mills has business operations. The relief funds will go to support the work of the Red Cross Society of China.

Chris Shea, president of the General Mills Foundation, said, “We were relieved to learn that our employees are safe, and our hearts go out those who have been impacted by this disaster. We want to provide immediate help because we know that rebuilding lives takes time.”

Leading consumer foods manufacturer and marketer General Mills has operations in more than 100 countries. In China, General Mills produces and distributes a variety of items including snack chips, Haagen Dazs ice cream and Wanchai Ferry brand frozen dumplings.

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