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Feeding India, a not-for-profit organisation by Zomato, has joined hands with leading multi-brand mobile phone retailer, Sangeetha Mobiles to serve 1 million meals to COVID-affected families including frontline workers in Chennai.

Feeding India will execute the distribution of nutritious meals to beneficiaries in need with their 100 distribution partners while ensuring complete compliance to COVID-19 norms including,
social distancing, and contactless distribution, a release said.

Chaitanya Mathur, Head, Feeding India by Zomato said, “We are happy to have partnered with Sangeetha Mobiles to serve a million meals to COVID-affected families including frontline
workers as a part of our ‘Daily Feeding Program.”

He added, “The Program focuses on providing regular, nutritious meals to people in need. Their contribution has significantly helped us reach a larger part of the community who have been severely affected by the ongoing pandemic.”

“Regardless of the situation, we must look out for each other. And in times like these, we need to become ambassadors to our neighbourhoods,” said Subhash Chandra, Managing Director,
Sangeetha Mobiles.

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