Kroger donates $75,000 to local food bank

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Kroger says it recently donated $75,000 to a local food pantry to help feed hungry families in the Lexington-area.

The food retailer says the effort is a part of the Kroger Zero Hunger | Zero Waste Foundation, which is its commitment to end hunger in its communities and eliminate waste across its company by 2025.

Kroger also says it supports the God’s Pantry Food Bank through its Zero Hunger | Zero Waste Food Rescue Program. This program directs food that can no longer be sold in stores to local partners.

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