Houston Food Bank receives 2 million pound donation

12/13/2013 03:34:00 PM
Pamela Riemenschneider

click image to zoomHouston Food BankTim Nowlin, left, of Cincinnati-based Kroger Co., and the Houston Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Assocaition, helps present the group's annual gift of produce to Brian Greene, president and chief executive officer of the Houston Food Bank. This year's gift totaled two million pounds of fresh produce. This year’s Gift of Produce totaled more than 2 million pounds of fresh produce to the Houston Food Bank.

The 27th annual gift from the Houston Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association is in addition to regular donations of about 100,000 pounds a week from the Houston produce community, according to a news release. The donation was formally presented at an event held Dec. 13 in Houston.

Also at the event, Houston-based retailers Sellers Bros. and Food Town presented donations of $10,000 and $36,000, respectively, to the food bank.

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NJ, USA  |  December, 16, 2013 at 09:51 PM

Wow! What a great thing to do!

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