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· Media Release: Hormel's Sadler's Smokehouse and Dan's Prize to combine under one umbrella, Heritage Premium Meats
· Media Release: Hormel Foods Donation Helps Fight Hunger in Chicago
Hormel's Sadler's Smokehouse and Dan's Prize to combine under one umbrella, Heritage Premium Meats
Source: Hormel Foods
via The National Provisioner - November 22, 2021
Hormel Foods Corporation, a global branded food company, has announced its Sadler’s and Dan’s Prize brands will be combining under one umbrella named Heritage Premium Meats – Inspired Meat Collective. The Heritage Premium Meats – Inspired Meat Collective will operate under the Affiliated Business division of the Refrigerated Foods business unit of Hormel Foods.
“We’re so excited about this alignment, which will bring our innovative and customized product development and culinary expertise together to help provide the on-trend, labor-saving and quality products our customers rely on,” said Jeff Tobak, president of Heritage Premium Meats – Inspired Meat Collective. “Additionally, this will allow for a united sales team to bring even more options to help with menu creativity and meal solutions.”
The Sadler’s and Dan’s Prize brands will still be marketed under those strong brand names, and the production facilities will continue to operate as they currently are.
Learn more about the new collective at www.heritageimc.com.
Source: Hormel Foods
Hormel Foods Donation Helps Fight Hunger in Chicago
Source: Hormel Foods Corporation
via NewsDirect - November 22, 2021
MCCOOK, Ill., November 22, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Fontanini Foods, the local manufacturing facility owned by Hormel Foods Corporation (NYSE: HRL), announced that it has donated $10,000 to the Greater Chicago Food Depository to help fight hunger in the community as part of the company’s Hunger Action Month efforts.
“As a food company, fighting hunger is near and dear to the hearts of our entire team,” said Kyle Kuhnke, plant manager of Fontanini Foods. “Our inspired and dedicated team members make it possible for us to help those in need. We are proud to join the Greater Chicago Food Depository in fighting hunger in our community.”
This is the 11th consecutive year Hormel Foods has given funds to its locations to share with nonprofits in their respective communities to fight hunger. In 2020, Hormel Foods donated $350,000 to 40 local hunger-relief organizations, bringing the program’s total contribution to local hunger-relief efforts to more than $2 million thus far. Through this program as well as COVID-19 donations, disaster-relief efforts and other donations, Hormel Foods contributed $6.4 million in cash and product donations to help address hunger in 2020.
“As a leading corporate citizen, Hormel Foods remains committed to fighting hunger around the world and in the communities where our team members work and live,” said Wendy Watkins, vice president of corporate communications at Hormel Foods. “By working with organizations at a local level, our locations have found great success in helping meet the needs of their community.”
Additional information about the company’s hunger-relief efforts is available in the Hormel Foods Corporate Responsibility Report.
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