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    Eurofresh Farms Makes Record Contributions to Ariz. Communities

    The premium greenhouse tomato grower/distributor worked closely with the Community Food Bank.

    Eurofresh Farms has made record contributions to the Arizona communities surrounding Willcox and Snowflake throughout 2008, helping local non-profit organizations, youth sports programs, schools and fundraising events succeed in the down economy.

    "Cochise, Graham, and Navajo County have all contributed so much to Eurofresh Farms since our operations have been part of their communities," said Dwight Ferguson, c.e.o. of Eurofresh Farms. "Our company is committed to the state of Arizona and we are proud to work together with local organizations to make a positive difference."

    Eurofresh Farms worked closely with the Community Food Bank to distribute its greenhouse produce throughout Southern Arizona, ensuring people in need received fresh and safe vegetables to stay healthy. The Arizona grower also collaborated with the Arizona Barbeque Association, Rex Allen Committee, Graham County Chamber of Commerce, Willcox High School, and Northern Cochise Community Hospital to bring attention to community needs.

    The record community contributions follow a long series of company successes at Eurofresh Farms, including properly informing customers on how to identify safe produce during the salmonella scare during the summer of 2008. The company was also recently selected as a 2008 Category Captain by Progressive Grocer magazine.

    For more information, visit www.eurofresh.com/community.asp.

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