Chambersburg, PA (February 14th, 2019) - United Way of Franklin County and NestFresh Eggs’ Chambersburg plant – a 10,000 square foot facility that cooks, peels and packs over a quarter million eggs per week.
United Way of Franklin County kicked off its food drive on Monday, February 11 and with the help of local companies, such as NestFresh, will be able to support area food pantries in a very tangible way this winter season.
NestFresh committed to donating hard cooked eggs from its plant in Chambersburg with the intent to make a positive impact on families in need throughout Franklin County. In partnership with United Way of Franklin County, area food pantries will visit NestFresh’s plant to pick up the brand’s donation, whereby media members are invited to celebrate the community coming together for a greater cause.
Eggs are an important part of this year’s food drive, offering a complete source of protein. With NestFresh’s donation, local food pantries will be able to provide guests with a nutritionally dense ingredient that contains every amino acid the body needs to thrive, along with iron, calcium and essential vitamins.
Learn more about The United Way of Franklin County and how to donate at: https://uwfcpa.org/
NestFresh’s Chambersburg plant is located at 1226 Kauffman Rd. West in Greencastle, PA, 17225. Learn more at: http://NestFresh.com
Media members are invited to visit the Chambersburg plant for a photo opportunity with local food pantries as they pick up their hard cooked egg donations February 18-20.
To schedule an interview or speak with a United Way or NestFresh representative, contact Sarah Walters at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614.794.2008.