Coles Kings Meadows has made a sizeable contribution to the fight against motor neurone disease.
The business alone raised $30,000 for FightMND's Big Freeze - the total raised by Northern Tasmanian Coles' was $110,000.
Coles Tasmania regional manager Scott Franklin said the chain was incredibly proud to have raised more than $200,000 statewide for FightMND in 2020.
"It's been amazing to see the support from our customers and team members who have driven a lot of local store fundraising initiatives like ice bucket challenges and store raffles," Mr Franklin said.
"We want to say a big thank you to our customers and the local community in Tasmania who have supported the campaign by buying a beanie or Coles brand fresh pork.
"When so many people are doing it tough as a result of COVID-19, it's wonderful to see the great community spirit and support for such a worthy cause."
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Nationwide, Coles raised $5.2 million in six weeks through donations, FightMND beanie and Coles Pork sales.
This is the sixth year of the FightMND campaign, which has raised a total of $11.9 million.
On average two Australians are diagnosed with motor neurone disease per day, with two Australians also dying from the disease per day.