( Logo courtesy Wholesale Produce Supply )

Minneapolis, Minn.-based Wholesale Produce Supply is donating to Harvesters Community Food Network on behalf of its Nora and Ashley’s brand.

The brand focuses on three areas, according to a news release: always making product locally, giving back to the community, and bringing fresh, convenient and healthy food to Midwest consumers.

For every package sold, the company donates to hunger-related charities in the areas where its products are carried, according to the release.

The Harvesters donation is the brand’s second so far, and will benefit a 26-county area in northwestern Missouri and northeastern Kansas, according to the release. Harvesters works with more than 620 not-for-profit groups of various kinds within the area, according to the release.

“Giving back to the community has always been important to our company so we decided to develop a brand that puts that at its forefront,” Reed Sibet, vice president of sales and marketing at Wholesale Produce Supply, said in the release. 

“We hope to continue to grow this relationship with Harvesters and continue to support their cause.” 

Nora and Ashley’s products are made with locally grown products, when in season, according to the release. Its veggie plate line includes five unseasoned vegetable noodle and rice products and four seasoned varieties, according to the release.

The products are available at Target, Hy-Vee, Sendik’s and Fareway.