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Wisconsin Sends 17,000 Pounds of Cheese to Houston

MplsM ary | Sep 3, 201708:03 PM    

"According to WLOX, about two dozen Wisconsin-based cheese companies and the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board have teamed up to send a large truck full of cheese and butter to help survivors in Houston. Altogether they’ve assembled over 17,000 pounds of cheese, including string cheese, slices, blocks, and cheese curds. They’re also sending 300 pounds of butter."

I wish better days for those in and around Houston. Our thoughts are with you.

Meanwhile, grilled cheese for everyone!

Wisconsin Sends 17,000 Pounds of Cheese to Houston

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