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Columbia Grain International donates to communities


Last updated 1/20/2022 at 9:08am

COLFAX – Columbia Grain International has donated to several areas.

“Columbia Grain International cultivates growth across its broad footprint, which spans the northwestern tier of the U.S., including Washington, Idaho, Montana, and North Dakota. However, we’ve chosen to focus our philanthropy at the local level,” Manager Ted Lowe said.

Undisclosed amounts were provided to the Colfax Fire Department toy drive, LaCrosse Food Pantry, Community Action Center in Pullman, Dayton food bank and Garfield County food bank.

“One of our corporate core values is caring; caring for the farmers we do business with, the consumers who purchase our products and the local communities where we cultivate growth,” Lowe said.

“We value our dedicated partner producers in the communities we do business with and believe it’s important to give back and help these small communities grow into the future,” Columbia Grain CEO Jeff Van Pevenage said.


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