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Treasure Valley Salsa and Fred Meyer to Raise Money for Oregon Food Bank this October

October 1, 2013

Treasure Valley Salsa,, Idaho producer of all-natural gourmet salsas, is pleased to announce that it will donate $0.50 to Oregon Food Bank for every jar of its salsa sold in Oregon Fred Meyer stores between October 1 and October 31. That averages two meals per jar sold for those in need!

This promotion is available exclusively to Fred Meyer stores.  Find Treasure Valley Salsa in the Natural Foods section of any Fred Meyer store. Funds will be donated to Oregon Food Bank by November 15, just in time to help with Thanksgiving meals.

About Treasure Valley Salsa
Treasure Valley Salsa products are locally-made, gourmet salsas using all natural ingredients, with no added sugar or artificial preservatives. Treasure Valley Salsa products are gluten free and have less sodium than most other salsas. Treasure Valley Salsa was nationally recognized in 2009 with several awards at the Scovie Spicy Food Competition.  Treasure Valley Salsa has quickly established itself as a leading brand in over 200 locations throughout Idaho, Oregon, Washington and Alaska. Treasure Valley Salsa is family-owned and produced at the University of Idaho’s Food Technology Center in Caldwell, ID.   

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About Oregon Food Bank
Oregon Food Bank’s mission: to eliminate hunger and its root causes … because no one should be hungry. With sufficient public will and support of the entire community, we believe it is possible to eliminate hunger and its root causes. Oregon Food Bank collects and distributes food through a network of four OFB branches and 17 independent regional food banks serving Oregon and southwest Washington. The OFB Network helps nearly 1 in 5 households fend off hunger. OFB also leads statewide efforts to increase resources for hungry families and to eliminate the root causes of hunger through advocacy, nutrition education, garden education, and helping communities strengthen local food systems. 


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