MN-based Kemps donates 500k cartons of ‘shelf-stable’ milk

The Giving Cow Kemps donates shelf-stable milk

The campaign includes Cub Foods and Second Harvest Heartland.

Unlike the milk you buy at the grocery store, this version can be stored without refrigeration for up to a year — and thanks to a Minnesota dairy company, it’s being made available to local food shelves.

On Friday, Kemps — known for its ice cream, among other dairy products — donated 500,000 units of shelf-stable milk to food shelves across the region.

This is part of a campaign called “The Giving Cow Project,” launched in partnership with Second Harvest Heartland, a food bank based in the Twin Cities, and Cub Foods.

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