Hunger Task Force to receive leftover dairy from Golden Guernsey

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Golden Guernsey Dairy in Waukesha

MILWAUKEE (WITI) —  Hunger Task Force will receive leftover dairy products that were going to be disposed of after the sudden closing of the Golden Guernsey dairy plant in Waukesha.

The plant was closed without notice on Tuesday, January 8th. When it was brought to the attention of Hunger Task Force that the plant was still full of product, agency officials say they took action.

The Golden Guernsey product has been donated to Hunger Task Force and the process has begun to distribute the milk to areas of need all over the state.

The milk deliveries will continue through the week and there is a call for help being put out to trucking companies that can spare a semi, straight truck or a driver for a day to help make the deliveries to areas that need help like Madison, Eau Claire, La Crosse and Green Bay.

In a news release issued on Tuesday, January 15th, Hunger Task Force Executive Director Sherrie Tussler said, “It’s really great to be able to make a call and let a pantry know they’ll have real milk to give a family or to a meal program telling them they can serve fresh milk with supper. With all of this dairy, we are going to be able to reach out to communities all over the state and offer them something they don’t see very often. This is a good day.”