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Roundy's donates over $50K in food to Wisconsin Food Banks

Posted: 4:10 PM, Mar 25, 2020
Updated: 2020-03-26 10:25:10-04
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WISCONSIN — Roundy's Supermarket announced Wednesday that they have donated over $50,000 in food to Wisconsin Food Banks.

The company, which operates Metro Market and Pick 'N Save, donated over 15,000 packages of food to Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin and the Salvation Army. These donations added up to be over $50,000 in food.

The food items donated included things like yogurt, peanut butter, frozen meatballs, chicken broth, potatoes, and more.

If you wish to make a donation to Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin, click here. If you want to donate to the Salvation Army, click here.

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