Food Bank shelves lack supplies


October 29, 2020

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Food Bank shelves should maintain a three-month stock of food, dry goods, cleaning products and toiletries. Typically, supplies are stacked several cases high, but have been depleted with minimal re-supply through the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown. With the stock seriously low at this time and with the upcoming holiday seasons, the food bank is needing financial or commodity donations.

POMEROY–Local food bank is down on its luck with low food and commodity stock due to shortages of certain items, delivery changes and delays and the impacts from COVID-19 shutdown and slow recovery.

The local food bank is seeking help restocking shelves with food, dry goods, cleaning products, toiletries and holiday extras. According to Susie Bowles, Garfield County Food Bank Manager, the she...

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