200 cases more of non-fat and reduced fat UHT milk donated to non-profits
Foremost Foods Saipan recently donated an additional 200 cases of Foremost Non-fat and Reduced Fat UHT Milk quarts to charities that continue to serve the victims of Typhoon Soudelor. In August, the food and beverage company contributed the first 200 cases of Foremost Non-fat Milk to the Salvation Army, which used the donation for its soup kitchen.
The added 200 cases of combined non-fat and reduced fat milk in quarts were distributed to the Salvation Army, Office of Aging, and Karidat Social Services as part of the company’s partnership with non-profit and charitable organizations that provide relief in the aftermath of Soudelor.
Foremost Foods Saipan, Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Micronesia) Inc. and their sister companies in the Transpacific Group, including Subway Investments Corp., Glimpses Advertising & Publications, and Foremost Scoops, were among the first companies to provide immediate relief to the victims of Typhoon Soudelor in the critical days following the devastation brought by the typhoon.
Group executive vice president Marcos W. Fong, who is also chairman of the American Red Cross-Guam Chapter, took the initiative to reach out to the American Red Cross-NMI Chapter as well as the Salvation Army, and mobilized company staff and material resources to assist the organizations in providing relief goods to typhoon victims.
“The destruction on Saipan saddens us. Saipan is not only a place where we do business; it is home. We will harness our resources to provide what is needed to provide relief and help in the recovery of our island community. We have the capability to immediately provide assistance to those in need. While off-island relief goods are being prepared for shipment to Saipan, our supplies are already on island,” Fong said. (PR)