Fruiticana in Surrey Makes 2 Ten-Tonne Truck Load Donation to Surrey Food Bank on April 26

Tony Singh, Founder and President of Fruiticana in Surrey, delivered close to 23,000 pounds of food in 2 ten-tonne trucks, to the Surrey Food Bank, on April 26.

“Fruiticana will deliver more food in the coming days and garner additional support from their suppliers to participate this year and in the years to come because we believe in giving back to those in need in the spirit of Vaisakhi,” said Tony Singh, Founder and President, Fruiticana.

“The Surrey Food Bank is extremely grateful for this generous donation from Tony Singh and Fruiticana,” said Feezah Jaffer, Executive Director, Surrey Food Bank.  “Vaisakhi is a time of celebration and to give back to the community. We are very thankful to have partners and supporters like Fruiticana to help us nourish our community in Surrey and North Delta, especially those facing life’s greatest challenges. Thank you!”

“This was a generous and amazing gift by a former Surrey Business Person of the Year, and Surrey business leader,” said Anita Huberman, CEO, Surrey Board of Trade.

The Surrey Board of Trade urges all community leaders to join Tony Singh of Fruiticana to give to the Surrey Food Bank. Items of need are:

Canned proteins (canned fish/meat)
Peanut butter
Canned vegetables/legumes (beans, chickpeas, corn, etc.)
Pasta sauce
Vegetarian baby food (in jars or packets)
Diapers (size 4, 5, 6)
Baby wipes

Media contacts:
Tony Singh, Fruiticana, – 604-318-2111
Feezah Jaffer, Surrey Food Bank: – 604.581.5443 Ext: 106
Anita Huberman, Surrey Board of Trade: – 604-340-3899