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40,000 pounds of pork donated for those in need

(KAIR)--40,000 pounds of premium pork products has been donated to feed those in need in the local region.

According to a news release issued by St. Joseph, Missouri-based Second Harvest Community Food Bank, the donation, timed with the holiday season, was made by Triumph Foods.

The donation is expected to provide more than 33,000 meals in Northeast Kansas and Northwest Missouri.

There are currently 47,000 food insecure individuals in Second Harvest’s service area.

Second Harvest Communications Coordinator Blake Haynes, in the release, calls the donation “very generous,” saying that “the impact this donation will make is simply amazing.”

The donation includes lean, high-quality pork spare ribs, back ribs, hams, loins, tenderloins, pork steaks, and other cuts of meat.

Second Harvest serves such area counties as Atchison, Brown, Doniphan, Leavenworth, and Buchanan.



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