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Friday, April 18, 2014

 


Foremost donates milk to community organizations

Jesse Tudela, fourth left, hospital administrator, Commonwealth Health Center, and his team at the CHC cafeteria accept the donation of 75 cases of Foremost Non-fat Milk. Rusty M. Loyola, fourth right, operations manager, Foremost Foods Saipan, presented the gift on behalf of the company. (CONTRIBUTED PHOTO) True to the spirit of the season, Foremost Foods Saipan recently donated over 300 cases of Foremost Non-fat Milk quarts to charitable institutions and other organizations that provide needs-based services to the community. These include NMI Salvation Army, Karidat, CHC Cafeteria, and the man’amko.

Rusty M. Loyola, operations manager, Foremost Foods Saipan, led the Foremost team in delivering non-fat milk to the organizations in time for the holidays. Salvation Army, which operates a food assistance program and soup kitchen, received 100 cases of Foremost Non-fat Milk, while the rest of the organizations were given 75 cases each.

Wayne Gillespie, ministry leader of the NMI Salvation Army, thanked the company for the donation. “We really appreciate the donation from Foremost Foods.” The Salvation Army Soup Kitchen is open thrice-a-week for the holidays.

Jesse Tudela, hospital administrator of the Commonwealth Health Center, said, “On behalf of CHCC and CHC, we greatly appreciate the donation from Foremost Food Saipan. The 75 cases of non-fat milk quarts will be nutritional to our in-patients as they will get their daily dose of calcium.”

Karidat executive director Angie V. De Leon Guerrero said, “We really appreciate the thoughtfulness and generosity of Foremost.”
Walter Manglona, director of the Office on Aging, said, “Thank you very much to Foremost. I’m sure our clients will appreciate your generous donation.”

Marcos W. Fong, CEO, Foremost Foods Saipan, reiterated the company’s commitment to forge a partnership with the community for a fit and healthy lifestyle. “Foremost has been a part of our island life for over 60 years. Providing our healthy products to service partners to reach those who rely on their valuable services is a meaningful way to give back to our island community,” he said. (PR)

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