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  • 350 attend Chamber's conference on diversity in contracting

    Post Bulletin | July 15, 2015
    Achieving more diversity by contracting with more businesses owned by minorities, women and veterans is something large organizations like Hormel Foods and Mayo Clinic are working towards.
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  • Hormel Develops Targeted Nutrition Solution for Guatemalan Children

    TriplePundit | July 02, 2015
    Everything from cars, to buildings, to agriculture seems to be getting smarter these days, eliminating excessive use of energy, water or fertilizer. Why not do the same thing with nutrition? That was how the Spammy project was born, a targeted nutrition product developed by Hormel Foods to specifically meet the needs of hungry children in Guatemala.
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  • Locals receive scholarships from Jennie-O Turkey Store

    Faribault Daily News | June 03, 2015
    For 2015, Jennie-O Turkey Store awarded more than $70,000 in scholarships to 59 graduating high school seniors in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Applicants for the $1,000 scholarships must either be a Jennie-O Turkey Store employee or a dependent of a company employee.
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  • Hormel donates $10,000 to Summer Lunch Progam

    Fremont Tribune | May 27, 2015
    Plant of Hormel Foods Corporation, Fremont plant, has donated $10,000 to the Hope Center for Kids-Fremont for the Summer Lunch Program. The Hope Center, along with the United Way, Salvation Army, local churches and other organizations hosts the program, which provides transportation, lunch, a learning curriculum, games and other activities for children.
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  • NHS senior scores unique internship

    Newton Daily News | May 12, 2015
    A Newton High School senior is going to be a part of a special internship experience. Anna Barr, a Kellogg resident, will spend eight weeks in Guatemala as one of 23 American high school students who have been awarded the prestigious 2015 World Food Prize Borlaug-Ruan International Internships ... Barr will be a part of specific program called “Project Spammy.” This project allows U.S. students to go to Guatemala and help create food-needs solutions through a combination of product innovation, leadership and in-country educational programming.
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  • Giving to others; Hormel workers donate to homeless vets

    Austin Daily Herald | April 04, 2015
    Hormel Foods Corp. employees have given back once again, this time a little closer to home. After veterans who worked at Hormel’s corporate office and Austin plant heard about a recent increase in homelessness among veterans, Hormel’s Military Veteran Engagement Team decided to do what they could to provide hygienic supplies through the Minnesota Area Council for Veterans.
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  • Hormel donates to food shelf

    KIMT | March 24, 2015

    They make their living processing food, but Tuesday Hormel employees were giving food. Employees in the company’s “Helping Hands” committee presented the Austin Salvation Army with a $5,200 check and nearly 1,900 food items.
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  • Hormel plant donates to Paint the Town Pink

    Austin Daily Herald | March 17, 2015
    As part of this year’s Paint the Town Pink initiative, Hormel Foods Austin Plant manager Tim Fritz presents an $11,900 donation to Dr. Edward Hinchcliffe, a section leader at The Hormel Institute, University of Minnesota.


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  • Hormel readers are rock stars to students

    Post Bulletin | February 27, 2015
    The rock stars arrived outside Woodson Kindergarten Center in a yellow school bus at 11:48 a.m. Tuesday; another bus arrived minutes later. Out stepped about 60 Hormel Foods Corp employees. They were giving up their lunch hour to read to more than 60 eager kindergarteners as part of the Everybody Wins program.
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  • The buddy system; Kindergarten students experience reading with Hormel employees

    Austin Daily Herald | February 18, 2015
    Five-year-old Amelia Moore pointed excitedly to the word “hello” and said she recognized the letter “H.”  “I know this one,” she said to her adult reading buddy, Katie Larson. Larson is one of 60 Hormel Foods Corp. employees who gives up her lunch period every Tuesday to take a school bus to Woodson Kindergarten Center and read to her student buddy. The effort is a partnership between the school and company through Everybody Wins Minnesota.
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