SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (The Daily Dish) – Farmers are at the forefront of sustainability efforts, working day in and day out to ensure the planet is able to support our growing population for generations to come. And, thanks to organizations like FFA, tomorrow’s leaders are being educated and empowered today, right in our local community.
Since 2013, Culver’s and their guests have donated over $4 million to support agricultural education through their Thank You Farmers® Project. Through partnerships with FFA and US Farmers and Ranchers in Action (USFRA), Culver’s is able to broaden the impact of the three pillars of the Thank You Farmers Project: gratitude, agriculture education and sustainability.
Each year on Scoops of Thanks Day, Culver’s gives guests an opportunity to give back. On Thursday, May 4, guests who donate $1 to the Thank You Farmers Project will receive one scoop of frozen custard in their choice of Vanilla, Chocolate or the exclusive Flavor of the Day, “How Now Brown Cow.” Funds raised will stay local – benefiting the agricultural education programs in the restaurant’s community.
Chef Quinn Adkins, Culver’s director of menu development shares the details from the Culver’s test kitchen in Sauk City, Wisconsin and gives a delicious preview of “How Now Brown Cow,” this year’s one-day-only flavor made with farm-fresh dairy and inspired by the Thank You Farmers Project.
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