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Kendal Nutricare donates stocks to Windermere Food Bank & Charities across the UK

Emma Brown, Food Partner Support Officer at FareShare receiving Kendalife donations

Kendal Nutricare has donated over 6000 Kendalife replacement shakes, to Windermere Food Bank and charities across the UK.

Kendal Nutricare is the home of family nutrition, specialising in manufacturing world-class nutritional food products. Their products cater to consumers across the entire life-cycle, from infant formula through to adult meal replacements. Over 50 members of the team in Kendal out of 134 staff have over 25 years’ experience in the healthcare industry.

Windermere Food Bank Receiving Kendalife donations

Kendalife is produced by Kendal Nutricare in ‘Mango & Passionfruit’ and ‘Super Berry’ flavours. The nutritious shakes contain 24 vitamins and minerals, 45g of natural fruit and 15g of protein per portion. Being an extremely nutritious meal replacement, Kendal Nutricare were keen to donate stocks to food banks and charities to aid families and communities in need.

Ross McMahon, CEO of Kendal Nutricare, stated: “As a UK export champion, it is vital that Kendal Nutricare support and give back to the local community that has given us so much. This donation will provide valuable nutrition and well-being to vulnerable members of our community who need it most and we would strongly encourage all local manufacturers to support this wonderful local cause.”

Emma Brown, Food Partner Support Officer at FareShare commented, “A big thanks from FareShare for Kendal Nutricare’s Super Berry shakes, which will be gratefully received by our network of charities and community groups. While we’re urged to eat our five a day, that’s simply unaffordable for those on the lowest incomes, and for many fruit and vegetables are seen as a luxury. That’s why the product will be incredibly valuable to our charities.”

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