We recently received an update on how proceeds from our One-Step product line have been used since the program's inception. These products include One-Step russet potatoes, bottled water, paper towels, and shredded wheat cereal. Thanks to our customers' purchases, the good done with proceeds from the sales of One-Step products include: (1) 254 community gardens from the proceeds of One-Step potatoes, (2) completion of nine water projects, providing clean drinking water to towns and villages in South Africa, South Sudan, Lebanon, Tanzania, Nigeria, Haiti, and Chad from bottled water proceeds, (3) the planting of 14,000 trees in a flood damaged state recreation area from proceeds from One-Step paper towels, and (4) 125,000 meals for food banks throughout the midwest via donations to Meals from the Heartland from sales of One-Step Shredded Wheat.
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