Bob Evans Farms Partners With Forgotten Harvest To Feed Local Families In Need

CBS Detroit

Did you know one in five people — and one in four children — in Metro Detroit faces hunger or a lack of food?

To address this issue, Bob Evans Farms has teamed up with Forgotten Harvest, Metro Detroit’s only food rescue operation, to help feed Metro Detroit’s food-insecure individuals and families. Through CBS EcoMedia’s WellnessAd program, Bob Evans will fund the basic needs of Forgotten Harvest’s Mobile Pantry Project at Landmark Church for a full year. This includes costs of distributing the food, sourcing the food, program implementation, and necessary equipment and supplies.

Bob Evans Farms’ support will provide nutritious food to 350 underserved families per month, serving 4,200 individuals annually.

An event was held at Forgotten Harvest yesterday to celebrate the partnership and the impact on families in the community. Hosts of today’s event included Alex Gonzalez, Director of Field Marketing, Brian Dombek, Market Coach, along with Shelle Foreman…

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