While navigating hardships and uncertainty of their own, dairy farmers across the state partnered with local food banks and other agencies to donate milk and dairy products to offset hunger in their communities.
A perfect appearance isn’t everything when it comes to produce.
The Kentucky Farms to Food Banks program proves that by purchasing what’s affectionately called ‘ugly produce.’ That’s fruits and vegetables with a bruise or imperfect shape that makes it hard to sell to grocery stores that want to display ‘perfect’ produce.
Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced that the Kentucky legal community raised the equivalent of over 400,000 meals through donations of food, funds, and volunteer time during the fifth annual Kentucky Legal Food Frenzy campaign. Read more.