Friday, 24 April 2020 10:10

Thanks Fonterra!

Written by  Milking It

Hats off to Fonterra!

The co-op is providing free milk to go into food packs for needy children.

Eat My Lunch, the social enterprise which provides lunches for children in low-decile schools across New Zealand, is worried children stuck at home during lockdown are not getting the meals they need to stay healthy. e are working with.

Fonterra says it’s happy to provide Anchor Milk that’s being taken into the heart of communities to ensure people get access to good nutrition during this time.


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