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December 31

McKenzie gives back to Camp Ta-Kum-Ta and Vermont Food Bank

first_imgVermont Business Magazine Burlington’s McKenzie Natural Artisan Deli is introducing a month-long promotion that offers locals the chance to give back: for every sandwich sold during the month of July, McKenzie will donate one dollar to non-profits Ta-Kum-Ta and Vermont Foodbank, with a collective donation of up to $10,000. The program kicks off on Friday, July 7th at Jericho Market, where hungry consumers can select “The Sugarhouse Special,” “Route 15 Turkey Bacon Ranch,” or “The Raceway,” to trigger a donation to these two impactful organizations.All sandwiches included in the charitable promotion are made with thoughtfully crafted, wholesome McKenzie Natural Artisan Deli products: all natural meats and cheeses with no added growth hormones or antibiotics. Each of the four deli partners will provide exclusive pre-made and made-to-order McKenzie sandwiches for a week; following Jericho Market’s kick-off, City Market will offer the “City Market Club,” “The Firehouse,” or the “North Country Melt” from July 14-20. Then, from July 21-27, Richmond Market’s menu will include “The Bomber,” “Magic Mike’s Special Sandwich,” and the “Round Church Sandwich.” Finally, the program closes at Lantman’s Market, where consumers can choose “The Natural,” “The Crispy Buffalo Bacon,” or the “Roastcado” until Thursday, August 3rd.“This initiative embodies one of McKenzie’s guiding principles: to be good, do good, and bring good to as many people as we can,” says Burlington-based McKenzie representative Greg Rouille. “We’re thrilled and honored to team up with four great Vermont delis to support two incredible organizations serving our community.”Camp Ta-Kum-Ta, based in South Hero, is a year-round camp providing challenging, extraordinary experiences in a safe and loving environment for children who have or have had cancer and their families. Vermont Foodbank is the state’s largest hunger relief organization with a mission to gather and share quality food and nurture partnerships so that no one in Vermont will go hungry.McKenzie hopes that throughout July, Vermonters will be inspired to share in its charitable commitment to support others in need and become “Sandwich Samaritans” by purchasing McKenzie Natural Artisan Deli sandwiches at Jericho Market, City Market, Richmond Market, and Lantman’s Market.About McKenzie Natural Artisan DeliFounded in Vermont in 1907, McKenzie is a brand owned by Kayem Foods, Inc., the largest meat processor in New England. The brand maintains an office in South Burlington, VT and distributes direct store delivery to most of the state. McKenzie prides itself on the highest quality, whole muscle meat and believes in clean ingredients that consumers can understand. They craft meats and cheeses with authentic flavors using simple, wholesome food values and real ingredients like pure Vermont maple syrup and raw milk for its cheddars. For more information, visit the McKenzie website at mckenziemeats.com. VBM vermontbiz.comSource: BURLINGTON, Vermont (July 5, 2017) – McKenzie Natural Artisan Delilast_img read more