1000 Pounds of Peanut Butter Donated to OGT

As part of Hormel Foods’ Spread the Smiles campaign, Hy-Vee East and West stores in Norfolk, NE and Hormel Foods have partnered to donate 1,000 pounds of Skippy peanut butter to Orphan Grain Train. The donation is part of a hunger program created by the makers of Skippy peanut butter in 2018. Norfolk Hy-Vee store employees presented 83 cases of peanut butter which is enough to make 16,300 peanut butter sandwiches. Pictured L-R: Doug Trampe; OGT Warehouse Manager, Tim Bruzek; Hy-Vee West Store Director, Grant Schmidt (behind); OGT VP of Operations, Gene Walker; Hy-Vee East Store Director, Candi Warrick; Hy-Vee East Product Manager, Patrick Hopkins; Hy-Vee West Assistant Director Store Operations and Paul Brant; OGT Assistant Warehouse Manager.

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