WISCONSIN — While food banks are reporting increased demand across the country amid the coronavirus pandemic, a locally-based company is donating "shelf-stable" milk to area food banks.
Kemps is donating 250,000 Giving Cows to area food banks. The milk is specially-designed, shelf-stable milk that have a shelf-life of up to 12 months. The milk comes in single-serve, 8-ounce boxes. According to Kemps, fresh milk has a shelf life of approximately 20 days from processing. Giving Cows are specifically designed for food pantries.
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“Knowing that so many children are missing out on milk due to school closures, we knew that we had to help provide a solution,” said Rachel Kyllo, a spokesperson for Kemps. “Our shelf-stable Giving Cow packs are a great way to help kids get nutrient-rich milk, which is a childhood essential.”
Kemps is donating 250,000 Giving Cows through the Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin - Milwaukee office on April 22.
For information about Giving Cow and Kemps, click here.