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Emmi Roth Honors June Dairy Month With Donation to Second Harvest’s Adopt-A-Dairy Cow Program; Angie Frie Comments

Emmi Roth Honors June Dairy Month With Donation to Second Harvest’s Adopt-A-Dairy Cow Program; Angie Frie Comments


FITCHBURG, WI
Monday, June 27th, 2022

Throughout this past month, the dairy industry has been celebrating June Dairy Month and the farmers and workers that provide nutritious dairy products for our table. Wisconsin-based cheesemaker Emmi Roth is getting into the appreciative mood with a recent $5,000 donation, made to Second Harvest’s Adopt-A-Dairy Cow Program.

Angie Frie, Founding Member, Emmi Roth’s Giving and Caring Committee“As a company rooted deeply in agriculture, we know just how essential it is to have a nutritious food like milk on the table,” said Angie Frie, a Founding Member of Emmi Roth’s Giving and Caring Committee. “We’re committed to making sure families visiting food pantries have access to nutrient-rich, wholesome milk—a staple on tables across America and in the cheese we produce every day.”

According to the release, Second Harvest’s Adopt-A-Dairy Cow Program began in 2015 and was designed to address the shortage of food pantry milk donations. Since its start, the Adopt-A-Dairy Cow program and partners—including Emmi Roth—have helped provide more than 200,000 gallons of milk to the community in southwest Wisconsin.

Wisconsin-based cheesemaker Emmi Roth is getting into the appreciative mood with a recent $5,000 donation, made to Second Harvest’s Adopt-A-Dairy Cow Program

“Just $25 can provide 16 half gallons of milk to families in need,” continued Frie. “It’s a donation that can truly make a difference for many families in need.”

Emmi Roth is urging its industry peers to join the cause and help put milk on tables as the Adopt-A-Dairy Cow program runs through the end of June. Those interested in adopting a cow symbolically can click here. Donors will not only receive a certificate of adoption for their chosen cow, but they’ll also receive a coupon for a quart of free ice cream.

Second Harvest’s Adopt-A-Dairy Cow Program began in 2015 and was designed to address the shortage of food pantry milk donations

Additionally, the first $30,000 in donations made will be matched. Those looking to make a longer-term impact can also sign up for monthly contributions to help keep milk on shelves year-round.

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