MT. STERLING, Ill. – Dot Foods’ Mt. Sterling distribution center has given an estimated 1.5 million pounds of food and goods, including dry, frozen and refrigerated, worth more than $2.6 million to local Illinois food banks. In addition, the DC has contributed more than $67,000 in grants to eight area food pantries, including the Food Pantry of Lutheran Church of St. John, Community for Christ Assistance Center, Barry Food Pantry, Bethesda Food Pantry, Cass County Food Pantry, Madonna House, Schuyler County Food Basket and Two Rivers Council Foundation in Mt. Sterling.

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