Maia Yogurt, local yogurt company, donates more than 10,000 cups to Central Pennsylvania Food Shelter
Williamsport, Penn.—The spirit of giving can last longer than just during the holiday season, as local Greek Yogurt manufacturer Maia Yogurt has proven. The small, locally owned business based in Harrisburg, Penn. donated more than 10,000 cups of Maia Yogurt to the Central Pennsylvania Food Shelter in Williamsport Jan. 9.
“We care as much about the quality of our product as we do about our local communities, which is a lot,” said Founder Hamilton Colwell. “We’re proud to produce what we think is the healthiest and most delicious product available, and even more thrilled to be able to contribute to such a wonderful organization.”
Maia Yogurt is a local yogurt company that prides itself on having 100 percent all-natural, non-GMO Greek Yogurt blended with real fruit and locally sourced grass-fed cow’s milk and packed with all the essentials that empowers good health and wellness.
“We love seeing charity donations coming in,” said Jamie Caputo, development and community relations director of the Central Pennsylvania food shelter in Williamsport.
“There are great benefits to eating yogurt, so to see that going to consumers who may not have access to this kind of product is great, especially because of the health benefits,” she said, adding that eating healthy can get expensive at times.
The Central Pennsylvania Food Shelter receives donations from more than 200 growers, manufacturers and retailers, collecting 28 million pounds of food a year and feeding people in 27 counties of central Penn.
About Healthy Mom:
Headquartered in New York, NY, Healthy Mom is a premium yogurt producer. In June 2010, Healthy Mom launched Maia, the first vitamin and probiotic-enriched yogurt designed with healthy women in mind. Maia is non-GMO, gluten-free and certified Kosher. Maia Yogurt is available in 700 Northeast retailers, including Giant and comes in eight delicious flavors. For more information, please visit www.maiayogurt.com.