Farm Pride, one of Australia’s largest egg producers, has released flood relief egg packs to raise money for flood victims across Australia.Farm Pride will donate 20 cents from every Flood Appeal pack sold to The Salvation Army Flood Appeal.
Farm Pride general manager Zelko Ledich said the egg producer was pleased to support the appeal, which is raising money for flood affected families in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.
“This is a great cause and we are pleased to assist The Salvation Army in their efforts to raise money for the victims of these devastating floods,” he said.”We too were victims of the floods in Victoria, with our free range farm at Bendigo inundated with water, and a large flock of birds affected.”
The specially marked packs of flood relief appeal eggs will be available while stocks last in supermarkets across Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.
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