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American Nutrition Donates $145 per Employee to United Way

Over half of the employees participated in American Nutrition’s United Way donation campaign.




(PRESS RELEASE) American Nutrition, a custom manufacturer of pet food and treats for branded companies and retailers, contributes a donation of $38,441 to United Way Ogden.

Well over half of the employees participated in American Nutrition’s United Way donation campaign, averaging $145 per employee. The total employee donation was $19,480. American Nutrition matched the employees’ donation bringing that number to $38,441, which exceeded the 2019 contribution by $3,132.

“United Way improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good — and American Nutrition is honored to contribute to that,” said Amy Forkell, director of human resources, American Nutrition. “Our employees recognize the need in our local community and we’re proud that they’re able to donate to this great cause.”

American Nutrition is a family-owned pet food and treat manufacturing company headquartered in Utah. Their passion for pets has earned them a sterling reputation for superior products with a focus on innovative, nutritious and delicious pet foods and treats that surpass the strictest AAFCO and FDA requirements. With more than four decades in the pet food business, American Nutrition offers formulation expertise, marketplace intelligence and turnkey production capabilities. With three world-class, USA-located SQF Quality Code Certified facilities to service a domestic and international customer base, American Nutrition is the premier choice for your pet food and treat manufacturing needs.




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