Jersey City, New Jersey

Sep 28, 2017

As Puerto Rico faces the biggest challenge in its history we unite to help a nation in distress with only one mission: To help rebuild Puerto Rico.


We are unconditionally committed to working with the government, private entities, local businesses, charities, individuals and the people of Puerto Rico to help in the reconstruction of “La Isla del Encanto”.


We have made the following contributions:


Goya donated and shipped two truckloads of water from the United States

Goya Puerto Rico donated and distributed over 600,000 pounds of food to the municipalities of San Juan, Old San Juan, San Lorenzo, Bayamon and other areas throughout the Island

Goya teamed up with SBS to set up donation drop-offs throughout the tri-state area. Employees of both companies worked together to pack 200,000 pounds of food and water that were shipped directly to the people of Puerto Rico

Goya employees in New Jersey collected and donated 33,500 pounds of water and basic necessities that were shipped to Puerto Rico

Goya distributed Goya coconut water and meals to police officers in Bayamon, directing traffic all day in the hot sun

Goya delivered low sodium products and diet nectars to patients at medical centers

Goya donated and delivered food to 15 senior citizen centers

Goya donated 36,540 pounds of bottled water

Goya donated 1,995 cases of oat smoothies totaling 26,334 pounds

Goya donated food to top chefs in Puerto Rico who are preparing hot meals and delivered food via Goya’s helicopter

Goya donated 43,000 pounds of mixed food items

In collaboration with Polar Springs, Goya donated one container of water for a total of 40,864 pounds

In collaboration with Food Town, Goya donated 33,500 pounds of food and water

Goya continues to work with FEMA and the Puerto Rican government to gain access to all areas of the Island and help with the reconstruction of Puerto Rico

More to come…


In total, Goya has donated 898,740 pounds of food, water, and additional products to the people of Puerto Rico.