Domino Sugar is donating 30,200 pounds of its products to the Community Food Bank of New Jersey to help victims of the massive storm called Sandy, the company announced Monday.
Trucks carrying the Domino products — including brown, powdered and granulated sugars, coffee service canisters and powdered drink mixes — left Baltimore's Inner Harbor refinery Monday for storm-ravaged New Jersey.
"For our company, Hurricane Sandy hit home," said Stu FitzGibbon, the Baltimore refinery's manager, in a statement. The Domino plant in Yonkers, N.Y., was damaged by the storm and offline for 13 days, he said.
"I'm proud to say our employees, both in Baltimore...