Findlay, OH – December 3, 2015. West Central and Northwest Ohio will be receiving a welcome gift of food this holiday season from Great Scot Community Markets. Families needing assistance to keep nutritious food on the table is on the rise, and in response to this critical need, Great Scot Community Markets has partnered with Miller Amish Country Poultry to make a generous donation to the communities that have supported them all year long. On Thursday, December 3, 2015, Great Scot Community Markets will donate 4,600 pounds of Miller Amish Chicken to the Chopin Hall in Findlay, Ohio and West Ohio Food Bank in Lima, Ohio.
This donation combined with another Fresh Encounter, Inc. will produce enough food for 27,600 meals for local families. Miller Amish Country Poultry supplies Great Scot Community Markets with fresh chicken that is locally hatched, grown and processed in Northern Indiana with no hormones, no antibiotics and no artificial ingredients or coloring.
“I am excited to be able to make this donation on behalf of all of our stores to the West Ohio Food Bank”, said Mike Needler, Jr., CEO of Fresh Encounter. Great Scot Community Markets has maintained a long-standing tradition of making this poultry donation to Chopin Hall and the West Ohio Food Bank.
About Great Scot Community Markets
Fresh Encounter, Inc. headquartered in Findlay, Ohio, is the parent company of Chief, Community Markets, Sack & Save and Great Scot supermarkets. Operating 35 stores throughout Ohio and Indiana, Fresh Encounter is a leading Midwest family owned supermarket operator with emphasis on locally sourced produce, premium meats and exceptional customer service.
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