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Today was a great day to Feed a Childhood with Milk, raising milk money in support of Feeding America, through local food banks like St. Mary’s Food Bank, in order to help fight local hunger. The milk ‘staches were abundant!
We appreciate the hospitality of our friends at Fry’s Marketplace and the tunes of 99.9 KEZ. Between the great weather and awesome photos, we were excited to share more about our day with you all!
Remember: You can still contribute to the milk drive by asking your cashier, at any Fry’s Food Stores, that you’d like to donate to Feed a Childhood. No need to buy the milk jug; just simply donate $1, $3, or $5 at the register. We’ll be raising milk 🥛 money until September 3rd!
We’re back with Arizona Cardinal offensive lineman, D.J. Humphries, to celebrate June Dairy Month with Volume 3 of Dairy Trivia! Can you guess how much a dairy cow weighs? And how much pizza the average American eats in a year? Find out!
Shamrock Farms, in partnership with the Arizona Diamondbacks, kicked off their “Grand Slam Milk Drive” benefiting St. Mary’s Food Bank with a cow milking contest at the Diamondbacks’ Chase Field.
Last season, the D-backs (and Levy Restaurants) donated more than six tons of stadium food from Chase Field. This season, Shamrock Farms is stepping up to the plate with a matching donation of 6,000 gallons of milk (1,000 gallons for every ton of food donated throughout the season.) This program begins our efforts around June Dairy month and reinforces our overall brand strategy of nourishing families in our community.
Nearly one in four children, one in five Arizonans, and one in seven seniors in Arizona live in poverty and go to bed hungry. Arizona ranks fifth in the country for high child food-insecurity rates, with more than 400,000 children facing hunger every day. You can take part in the Grand Slam Milk Drive, just head to Shamrock Farms’ website for details.
For the dressing: place 1 cup of yogurt, basil, parsley, chives, lemon juice, honey and pepper in a blender or food processor. Cover and pulse until smooth (dressing will be green in color). Pour yogurt mixture into a medium bowl; stir in remaining yogurt and mayonnaise until just blended; refrigerate until ready to serve. Note: dressing may be prepared up to 2 days ahead and stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
For the salad: Place lettuce at the bottom of a bowl and sprinkle the tomatoes, onion, cucumber, turkey, bacon bits, egg and Colby cheese on top. Just before serving, pour dressing over salad and toss lightly.