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U.S. Foodservice Minnesota Donates 25,000 Pounds to Second Harvest


The company's 48-foot tractor trailer rig was packed full of fresh fruits and vegetables, categories frequently in short supply at area food banks. The donation, which also included meat, bread, canned and frozen foods, will help provide more than 19,000 meals to hungry children, families and seniors in Minnesota and Western Wisconsin.

"We are very pleased that we were able to help Second Harvest Heartland meet the needs of hungry families in our community.  We especially appreciate the generosity of our vendors who join with U.S. Foodservice and our local employees in answering a critical need," said Kurt Nelson, vice president, marketing and category management for the division.

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