To fight hunger in Philadelphia this holiday season, GIANT and Dietz & Watson will donate 300 turkeys to Philabundance on Wednesday, December 11.

Team members from GIANT and Dietz & Watson will also spend the day volunteering at the food bank organizing and restocking shelves in advance of the holiday season.


Dietz & Watson team members
GIANT Food Stores team members
Glenn Bergman, Executive Director, Philabundance


Wednesday, December 11
8:30-11:30 a.m.
Remarks at 10:00 a.m.


3616 S. Galloway St.
Philadelphia, PA 19148

About Dietz & Watson
Founded in 1939, Dietz & Watson prepares and handcrafts premium meats, gourmet franks and sausage, and artisan cheese using founder Gottlieb Dietz’s traditional family recipes and cooking techniques. Now in its 75th year, the family-owned and operated business is one of the largest preparers of premium deli meats and artisan cheeses, offering more than 400 products at the finest supermarkets and neighborhood delis throughout Philadelphia, the United States, and the world, delivering on the promise of “Quality Above All Else.”
About GIANT Food Stores, LLC
Founded in 1923 in Carlisle, Pa., GIANT Food Stores is passionate about connecting families and creating healthier communities. As an omni-channel retailer, GIANT proudly serves millions of neighbors across Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. With more than 32,000 talented team members supporting over 180 stores, 132 pharmacies, 102 fuel stations, and over 115 online pickup hubs and grocery delivery service in hundreds of zip codes, GIANT is changing the customer experience and creating an impact in local communities for a better future. The GIANT Food Stores family of brands includes GIANT, MARTIN’S Food Markets, GIANT Heirloom Market, GIANT DIRECT and MARTIN’S DIRECT. GIANT Food Stores is a company of Ahold Delhaize USA. For more information, visit the GIANT or MARTIN’S websites.
About Philabundance
Philabundance is the Delaware Valley’s largest hunger relief organization. For 35 years, it has focused on providing emergency food to those in need. In 2018, it relieved hunger by distributing more than 26 million pounds of food through a network of 350 member agencies. In 2019, it began partnerships with critical services providers, offering food coupled with other services to end hunger for good. Philabundance serves more than 90,000 people each week, 30 percent of whom are children, 16 percent of whom are seniors, and other clients include college students, single parents and the working class. Give now or learn more at