Quaker Provides Over 1 Lakh Oatmeals to the Healthcare Community Across 7 States
News Desk, News Nation 360 : Saluting the undying spirit, care and courage of the healthcare community, Quaker Oats has partnered with Smile Foundation to launch #SalutingOurHeroes, an initiative to provide over 1 lakh oatmeals* to the healthcare heroes in India. As part of this initiative, Quaker will reach out to over 45 government and private hospitals and medical institutions. The initiative is being rolled out across over 7 states including West Bengal, Delhi-NCR, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Telangana, Kerala, and Karnataka. Commenting on the initiative Anshul Khanna, Senior Director, Marketing – Foods, PepsiCo India said that through this pandemic, the healthcare community continues to work tirelessly and round-the-clock, putting their lives at risk in order to protect their families and keep their communities safe. Through this humble initiative by Quaker, they at PepsiCo India, salute the selfless service and valiant spirit of their healthcare heroes. #SalutingOurHeroes is a way for them to express their heartfelt gratitude towards the healthcare
professionals. They are thankful to have partners like Smile Foundation who have led the on-ground roll-out of the initiative of providing wholesome oats, filled with nutritious energy, to hospitals across India. As a brand that represents ‘Fuel for the Real Fit’, Quaker will continue to stand with the healthcare heroes during these challenging times. From doctors to nurses and medical professionals, each member of the healthcare community has put their lives at risk to keep numerous families safe. Through this special #SalutingOurHeroes initiative, Quaker, has extended its heartfelt gratitude to the healthcare community by providing them with bowls of hope and energy. Some of the hospitals engaged through this initiative include Columbia Asia Hospital, Gurugram; KEM Hospital, Mumbai; Ernakulam General Hospital, Kerala; Rukhmani Bai Government Hospital, Mumbai; and Aarvy Hospital, Gurugram.
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Report : Ansutup Kundu