Zest Advertising and the Launceston Benevolent Society are once again calling on generous Launceston businesses and schools to collect unneeded food products for the annual CanDrive.
The CanDrive has been operating for about 13 years, coordinated by Zest owners Andrew and Amanda Cowley.
"It lasts them [Benevolent Society] nearly the whole year for food ... it's become that important," Mr Cowley said.
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Benevolent Society chief executive Rodney Spinks the drive was all the more important in 2020, with people continuing to do it tough due to COVID-19.
Organisations can register to participate at candrive.com.au. You can either use your own box, or one can be delivered to you. The boxes will be collected from September 7.