Where’s the beef? I found it, I found it!
Source: The Western Journal
By Jack Davis – Published May 10, 2020
The food banks in San Francisco were bulging this month after an Idaho beef company made a massive donation of steaks as its way of helping Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Snake River Farms, owned by Agri Beef Co., donated about $8 million worth of premium Wagyu steaks to health care workers, restaurant workers who have lost their jobs and communities hit hard by the disease, according to a news release on PerishableNews.com.
The family-owned company is headquartered in Boise, Idaho.
“Snake River Farms and Double R Ranch are part of Agri Beef, a family owned and operated business dedicated to producing the highest quality beef and pork in the United States,”Company Website
About $2 million of that donation was in the form of 35,000 Wagyu steaks that went to food banks and other nonprofits in San Francisco.
All told, the company gave out about 200,000 steaks to communities that include New York City, Seattle and Los Angeles.
In New York, the steaks have been delivered to Northwell Health’s 23 hospitals as a gesture of support to front-line medical responders.
“Hospitality workers are making extraordinary sacrifices right now, and we’re grateful for the spirit of caring and community that Snake River Farms and Newport Meat are showing with this generous donation.”Eric Garcetti
Los Angeles Mayor
Idaho Beef Company Donates $8m Of Steaks