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  • Food City, Hormel donate 733 hams to Chattanooga Area Food Bank

    WRCB | December 18, 2015
    Food City has made quite an entrance into the Chattanooga market this year, closing it out with a major donation to the Chattanooga Area Food Bank. Food City officials and store managers delivered 733 Hormel Cure 81 five pound hams ... Food Bank representatives thanked Food City and Hormel for this sizable donation.
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  • Hormel Foods gives back

    KIMT | December 18, 2015
    Today, Hormel Foods Corporate Office employees presented a check to The United Way of Mower County, making it a record breaking campaign contribution. The United Way of Mower County is currently in their annual fundraising campaign and this contribution is a great help. In 2014 United Way set a goal to raise $1.1 million and they were able to achieve that.
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  • Winco donates holiday hams to Idaho Foodbank

    KTVB | December 15, 2015
    Providing 1.3 million meals is the Idaho Foodbank's goal for December. The foodbank is getting closer to that goal thanks in part to this special delivery that Winco Foods made Tuesday morning. One of the grocery company's executives says Winco received the hams from Hormel, based on the volume of business Winco stores do with Hormel throughout the year.
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  • Perched for the season; Hormel picks winners of 9th annual Holiday Card Contest

    Austin Daily Herald | November 05, 2015
    Hormel Foods Corp. announced the winners of the company’s annual Holiday Card Contest for children of active employees. The winning artwork will be used as the 2015 holiday card images to send seasonal greetings to thousands of Hormel Foods customers and contacts. The winners were selected by representatives of the Hormel Foods executive team.
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  • Hormel’s hunger efforts take a step forward

    Austin Daily Herald | October 27, 2015
    Hormel Foods Corp.’s hunger-fighting meat spread took another step forward and is going worldwide. The Austin-based meat packing company’s fortified poultry-based spread (FPBS), which was developed through Project Spammy in Guatemala, is now available for purchase by hunger relief organizations under Title I for U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) feeding programs and Title II for U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) programs.
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  • Giving back: Hormel Foods, Smithfield, Tyson

    Meatingplace | October 20, 2015
    Hormel aids in flood relief Hormel Foods Corp. donated two semi-trailer loads of shelf-stable product to assist with flood relief efforts in South Carolina. The donation of one semi-trailer of Austin Market canned luncheon loaf and one semi-trailer load of Hormel Compleats microwave meals will go to Feeding America food banks in area to help feed those in need.
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  • Hormel Foods donation helps fight hunger in Osceola

    Osceola Sentinel-Tribune | September 15, 2015
    Osceola Foods, the local manufacturing plant owned by Hormel Foods Corporation recentlydonated $3,000 to the Food Bank of Iowa for the local elementary school backpack program, and $7,000 to Clarke County Food Pantry to help those in need.
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  • State pols visit Faribault Jennie-O plant

    Faribault Daily News | August 31, 2015
    Members of both the Minnesota House Agriculture Finance and Agriculture Policy Committees toured facilities at the Faribault Jennie-O plant on Tuesday.
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  • Hormel donates $38,000 worth of luncheon meat

    Saipan Tribune | August 28, 2015
    Through their regional distributor, D&Q Saipan, Hormel Foods is generously donating 10 pallets of Black Label Luncheon Loaf to assist the people of Saipan recover from the effects of Typhoon Soudleor.
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  • Turkey Store in Faribault donates $10,000 to St. Vincent de Paul

    Faribault Daily News | August 17, 2015
    The Jennie-O Turkey Store Faribault plant, the local manufacturing plant owned by Hormel Foods Corporation, donated $10,000 to the St. Vincent de Paul Center to help combat hunger in Faribault and surrounding communities.
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