Post Consumer Brands Provides 30,000 Meals Through Its ‘Ingredients for Good’ Volunteer Initiative

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New annual initiative is focused on helping families facing food insecurity

LAKEVILLE, Minn. --News Direct-- Post Consumer Brands

Employees of Post Consumer Brands pack bags of food for local school children as a part of the “Ingredients for Good” initiative on Wednesday, Apr. 13, 2022 in Asheboro, N.C. (Brent Clark/Post Consumer Brands)
Employees of Post Consumer Brands pack bags of food for local school children as a part of the “Ingredients for Good” initiative on Wednesday, Apr. 13, 2022 in Asheboro, N.C. (Brent Clark/Post Consumer Brands)

LAKEVILLE, Minn., May 23, 2022 /3BL Media/ - The COVID-19 pandemic underscored how many families are facing food insecurity with food shelves reporting record numbers of visitors over the last couple of years. As a food company, Post Consumer Brands believes it has a responsibility to help those facing food insecurity, which is why the company launched a new companywide volunteer initiative called “Ingredients for Good” during April’s National Volunteer Month.

With the goal of strengthening its local communities and creating a more inclusive and equitable culture, 500 employee volunteers across the 12 U.S. and Canadian locations where Post Consumer Brands operates came together to participate in hands-on volunteer projects, including stocking food shelves, packing backpacks, delivering food and more. With a combined 700 volunteer hours, 30,000 meals were donated or packed and 18 nonprofits were positively impacted by the company’s efforts. Additionally, Post Consumer Brands donated nearly $60,000 to help address the issue of food insecurity.

“At Post Consumer Brands, we’re committed to helping our neighbors who don’t have enough to eat,” said Nicolas Catoggio, president and chief executive officer at Post Consumer Brands. “I’m so proud to see the commitment our employees have to their communities and I truly appreciate everyone’s dedication to giving back. This work is valuable and it is making a real difference in our communities.”

In the United States and Canada, an estimated 43 million people live in food-insecure homes. In both countries, people of color, especially Black and indigenous people, are disproportionately affected by food insecurity.

Post Consumer Brands’ “Ingredients for Good” initiative will become an annual initiative each April aimed at helping people put food on the table.

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About Post Consumer Brands Post Consumer Brands is a business unit of Post Holdings Inc. Headquartered in Lakeville, Minn., Post Consumer Brands today is the third-largest cereal company in the United States, with a broad portfolio of products spanning all segments of the category – from iconic household name brands and value ready-to-eat cereals to natural/organic and hot cereal varieties. As a company committed to high standards of quality and to our values, we are driven by one idea: To make better happen every day. For more information about our brands, visit www.postconsumerbrands.com.

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