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Feeding a Country in 2 days - The World Food Association (WFAO)

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Aug. 20 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- A local corporation is feeding an African country. World Food Association Organization S.A. Inc. (WFAO), will be shipping over 285,000 meals to Ghana thanks to the efforts of the 45 member team here in West Palm Beach and their leading management team based in Sao Paulo Brazil. On February 20 and 21, WFAO will be packaging 42,000 pounds of high-quality rice, sugar and vegetables that are fortified with vitamins and minerals.

WFAO will then send the meals to Ghana to continue its support of 9 orphanages and schools, feeding 7,000 needy children and women each day.

"We here at WFAO we live and work to help others and are appreciative of the helping hands that make feeding hungry nations possible," said Henry Oliver Ford, WFAO president.

"To have a team of people that are so willing to give up two of their off days for such a cause is awe-inspiring. We commend them for their desire to roll up their sleeves, take action and feed thousands of hungry children and women," said Michael Ferguson, owner of World Food.

In the last five years WFAO has provided nearly six million dollars worth of food to the children in Ghana.

For those who want to help feed Ghana or any other countries in need, please visit www.wfao.us or contact WFAO at 561-515-6015.

About World Food Association:

World Food Association Organization S.A. Inc., is an agricultural management and acquisitions institution that focuses on production farms worldwide. WFAO is parent company to World Food Ghana Ltd., which is incorporated in Accra, Ghana whose headquarters are in West Palm Beach, Florida.

For more information, you can write WFAO at 777 S. Flagler Drive 33411 or visit http://www.wfao.us .

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