Red Deer Food Bank Society worker Byrd Simmonds sorts through some of the cheese donated by Kraft. The cheese is going out in hampers from Red Deer and is also being distributed to other Central Alberta Food Banks.

Kraft donates cheese to Red Deer Food Bank, district food banks

Red Deer Food Bank Society worker Byrd Simmonds sorts through some of the cheese donated by Kraft. The company donated 11 pallets of cheese totalling over 3,100 kg.

Red Deer Food Bank Society worker Byrd Simmonds sorts through some of the cheese donated by Kraft. The company donated 11 pallets of cheese totalling over 3,100 kg. The donation includes slices, shredded and blocks of mozzarella, parmigiana, cheddar, marble and cream cheese. A pallet of Bulls Eye Barbecue Sauce was also delivered this week to the food bank. The cheese is going out in hampers from the Red Deer Food Bank, and is also being distributed to food banks in Olds, Lacombe, Rimbey, Ponoka and elsewhere in Central Alberta.

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