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Butterball marks Thanksgiving with donation of turkey

The company has provided turkey for nearly 150,000 people this holiday season.

bb-logo.pngThis Thanksgiving holiday season, Butterball provided turkey for nearly 150,000 people through a variety of non-profits, military bases and local community organizations across North Carolina, Arkansas and Missouri.

Specific giving events around the holiday included:

  • Butterball hosting an event to serve those in need in the Goldsboro, N.C., community in partnership with Operation BBQ Relief and the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina. The event served more than 700 meals to the House of Fordham in Goldsboro, which the Goldsboro Piggly Wiggly also made possible via pumpkin pie donations. Supporting the communities in Butterball’s own backyard, the company said, is important especially near the Thanksgiving holiday.
  • Butterball also donated 400 Butterball turkeys on behalf of North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina. This donation will go towards local agencies who are serving families in need this holiday.

Headquartered in Garner, N.C., Butterball is the largest producer of turkey products in the U.S. – producing more than 1 billion pounds of turkey each year. For more than 60 years, the company has provided foodservice and retail products to customers and consumers around the world. As an industry leader in quality, food safety and animal well-being, the company employs numerous processes to ensure the health of flocks and implements recognized prevention measures to exceed food safety standards. Butterball products are currently distributed throughout the U.S. and in more than 45 countries. Butterball operates six processing plants located in North Carolina, Arkansas, and Missouri.

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