Stater Bros. launches campaign to support food banks and non-profit agencies in serving families in need this holiday season

Stater Bros. launches campaign to support food banks and non-profit agencies in serving families in need this holiday season

 

San Bernardino, California, 2017-Nov-04 — /EPR Retail News/ — Throughout the months of November and December, Stater Bros. in conjunction with its charitable arm Stater Bros. Charities will be “Harvesting Hope“  in the valued communities Stater Bros. serves. All 171 Stater Bros. supermarket locations will provide four convenient ways for customers and employees to help their friends and neighbors in need this holiday season.

  • “Bag of Hope” Donation Cards – “Bag of Hope” donation cards are available for purchase at each check stand.  Funds collected through the “Bag of Hope” donation cards will provide fresh and healthy food and funding to our food bank partners and holiday campaign beneficiaries.
  • Nonperishable Food Donations – Food donation barrels are also available at all store locations for those customers who’d like to donate nonperishable food items.  Most needed items include canned tuna, peanut butter, canned vegetables, canned fruit (in water or light syrup), and whole grain cereal.
  • Coin Canisters – Monies collected through the coin canisters at each check stand during November and December, will support low income seniors, veterans, families and children in need. Stater Bros. Charities will present these funds to qualified food banks and feeding programs in the seven Southern California counties served by Stater Bros. Supermarkets.
  • Salvation Army Red Kettles – The traditional Salvation Army Red Kettles will be in front of all Stater Bros. supermarkets from November 13th through December 24th collecting nickels, dimes and quarters to help those who are most vulnerable in the community where the donations are made.

“Stater Bros. has always believed in not just doing business in the community but being part of the community and we are proud to partner with area food banks and local non-profit agencies to serve the needs of our local communities,” said Pete Van Helden, President and CEO of Stater Bros. Markets.

Annual food drive partners and holiday campaign beneficiaries include Community Action Partnership – Kern County, Desert Manna, Feeding America Serving Riverside l San Bernardino Counties, FIND Food Bank, Inland Empire Desert Communities United Way, Inland Harvest Food Bank, Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County and The Salvation Army.

About Stater Bros. Charities: 

Stater Bros. Charities is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that supports critical needs in the communities where Stater Bros. employees live and work.  Since 2008, Stater Bros. Charities has provided funding to countless local organizations and causes that benefit hunger relief, children’s well-being, education, health, help for our nation’s veterans and active service members.  Funds are raised throughout the year from generous customers, supplier friends, and caring members of the Stater Bros. Supermarket Family.

About Stater Bros. Markets:

Stater Bros. was founded in 1936 in Yucaipa, California, and has grown steadily through the years to become the largest privately owned Supermarket Chain in Southern California and the largest private employer in both San Bernardino County and Riverside County.  The Company currently operates 171 Supermarkets, and there are approximately 18,000 members of the Stater Bros. Supermarket Family.  For more information, visit staterbros.com.

Source:  Stater Bros. Markets

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Tesco launches the latest in its ‘Food Love Stories’ adverts to highlight its ongoing campaign to tackle food waste

Tesco launches the latest in its ‘Food Love Stories’ adverts to highlight its ongoing campaign to tackle food waste

 

CHESHUNT, England, 2017-Jun-14 — /EPR Retail News/ — Tesco has today [Wednesday 14 June] launched the latest in its series of ‘Food Love Stories’ adverts to highlight its ongoing efforts to tackle food waste.

For the first time, the ‘Food Love Stories, brought to you by Tesco’ campaign showcases Community Food Connection, the retailer’s surplus food redistribution scheme, and Bo’ness Academy, one of 5,000 charities that benefit from the scheme across the UK.

Bo’ness Academy receives surplus food each week from the Tesco Bo’ness store, and turns it into wholesome homemade snacks and cakes for their on-site community café, providing an opportunity for the school children at the Academy to learn new cooking skills, and for the school to give back to the local community. Many of the visitors to the café each week are retired, and it gives them the opportunity to socialise and enjoy good food and company.

Alessandra Bellini, Chief Customer Officer at Tesco said:

“‘Food Love Stories’ is all about how passion for good food can bring people together. So we’re delighted that our new campaign showcases the work of the pupils and teachers at Bo’ness Academy, who turn surplus food from Tesco into delicious food for their local community.

“By the end of the year, no food fit for human consumption will go to waste from our UK stores. Bo’ness Academy is just one of over 5,000 local organisations across the UK benefiting from working with our Community Food Connection programme to use surplus food.”

FareShare Chief Executive Lindsay Boswell, said:

“It’s fantastic that Tesco’s new ‘Food Love Stories’ advert will go out on primetime national TV and help raise the profile of surplus food. There’s no reason at all for good quality, in date food to be thrown away when it could go to a charity who needs it, and the fantastic community café at Bo’ness shows just what a difference that food can make.”

The launch of the advert comes as the Community Food Connection programme reaches a new milestone of 10 million meals of surplus food donated to local charities and community groups right across the UK. The scheme, run in partnership with food redistribution charity FareShare, enables Tesco stores to donate unsold food to feed people in need through a technology platform developed by Irish Social Enterprise, FoodCloud.

The scheme is currently live in over 1,700 stores, and will be rolled out to all Tesco stores by the end of this year.

The advert is the latest in Tesco’s ongoing Food Love Stories campaign, which introduces a new food love story each month to demonstrate the special role food plays in people’s lives. The advert will air on TV from tonight, with spots on Emmerdale, Gogglesprogs, Blacklist and The Voice Kids and will feature an original recipe from the charity; ‘Bo’ness Academy Nothing Wasted Banana Bread’. The recipe was developed by the school, following their experiences cooking with surplus food from Tesco.

Notes to editors:

No Time for Waste

  • Community Food Connection is part of Tesco’s ongoing work to tackle food waste wherever it occurs – from farm to fork. Tesco believes that no food that could be eaten should be wasted. That’s why we’ve committed that no food that is safe for human consumption will go to waste from the Tesco UK retail operations by the end of 2017.

Food Love Stories

  • For more information on the Food Love Stories campaign, visit the ‘Food Love Stories, brought to you by Tesco’ website.
  • Other Food Love Stories this month include; Birdie’s ‘Everybody Welcome’ jerk chicken, Lucy’s ‘Dad’s Favourite’ Pesto Pork and Ray and David’s ‘Simple’ Semi-Freddo
  • For the ‘Bo’ness Nothing Wasted Banana Bread’ and ‘Birdie’s everybody welcome jerk chicken’ recipe, please visit www.tesco.com/foodlovestories

Community Food Connection

  • If you are a charity or community group that uses food to support people, you can sign up to Community Food Connection and could collect good quality, surplus food from Tesco stores for free.
  • Community Food Connection is run in partnership with food redistribution charity FareShare
  • FareShare is the UK’s largest food redistribution charity, currently accessing 5% of what is available from the food industry.
  • For more information visit www.fareshare.org.uk/fareshare-foodcloud .

For more information please contact the Tesco Press Office on 01707 918 701    

Source: Tesco

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Dom Pérignon features Christoph Waltz in its new campaign for Dom Pérignon P2 champagne

Dom Pérignon features Christoph Waltz in its new campaign for Dom Pérignon P2 champagne
Dom Pérignon features Christoph Waltz in its new campaign for Dom Pérignon P2 champagne

 

Paris, 2016-Sep-24 — /EPR Retail News/ — Dom Pérignon has unveiled its first advertising film for Dom Pérignon P2. The international campaign features acclaimed actor Christoph Waltz as he experiences this exceptional champagne.

Entitled “Touched with plenitude”, the campaign portrays the unique moment when the palate discovers the elegant bubbles of Dom Pérignon P2, creating unique emotion. To capture the emotions sparked by the encounter with an exceptional champagne defined by a perfect balance of intensity and lightness, Dom Pérignon invited special guest Christoph Waltz, the celebrated Academy Award and Golden Globe-winning Austrian actor.

In a refined black and white film shot by Billy Kidd, the actor precisely translates the sensations triggered by the encounter with the champagne, sharing the emotions of the tasting experience with precise yet subtle expressions. Each Dom Pérignon champagne has a distinct universe. P2 is the result of 16 years of elaboration in the cellars, the time for this exceptional champagne to reach the peak of energy, precision and intensity.

Contact:

LVMH Moët Hennessy – Louis Vuitton
22, avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris – France
Tel: +33 (0)1 44 13 22 22
Fax: +33 (0)1 44 13 22 23

Source: LVMH

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SPAR Netherlands launches campaign to promote Own Brands

AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands, 2016-Sep-16 — /EPR Retail News/ — During the first three weeks of September, SPAR customers in the Netherlands will receive one free SPAR Own Brand product when purchasing a promotional A-brand product of the same type. Each week, six different products will be promoted. In return, customers are requested to give feedback on whether they prefer the A-brand or the SPAR Own Brand product.

Susanne Kroon, SPAR Netherlands Commercial Director, explains the aim of the campaign: “With this campaign, we would like to highlight that quality does not need to be expensive. Our own brand products are at least as good, if not better, than products of other brands. This is why we think it’s a good moment to promote our SPAR Own Brands.”

On the SPAR Netherlands website, a special page has been created where customers can provide their feedback: www.spar.nl/voordeelweken

Contact:

SPAR International
info@spar-international.com
+3120 626 6749

Source: Spar International