Good Source Unveils a 'Treasure' that Delivers Hope to the Hungry

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The Non-Profit Division of Good Source Solutions offers "The Treasure Box" to the hungry. Each box delivers food and savings to those in need.

The Treasure Box™ program is being received with open arms

Good Source Solutions' Non Profit Division is pleased to announce the introduction of The Treasure Box™. The boxes are distributed through non-profit organizations nationwide in an effort to support the needs of American families. Each box is filled with nutritious and delicious products to save time and money.

"The Treasure Box™ program is being received with open arms," said Sharone Cain, Vice President of Good Source Solutions. "We are receiving a plethora of positive feedback regarding the launch and have already begun to ship the boxes out nationwide."

Record Rate of Increased Costs
Many Americans will soon have the opportunity to take advantage of The Treasure Box™. With food costs rising nearly 5 percent in 2007, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, The Treasure Box™ provides a cost savings alternative.

"We are pleased to offer assistance to those in need," said Maureen Richards of Good Source Solutions' Non-Profit Division.

The Treasure Box™ Delivers
Hunger in America is on the rise and non-profit organizations feeding the poor are reporting a decrease in government funding. The Treasure Box™ is funded by Good Source Solutions, a leading food supplier to government feeding programs nationwide. Every month, food banks, community outreach programs and churches are able to procure pre-assembled 22-24lb boxes of groceries retailing between $75-$100 at local stores for just $30.00. Each Treasure Box is stocked with protein. Each pre-assembled box consists of 9-12lbs of protein in addition to vegetables, side dishes and desserts. These frozen pre-assembled boxes are conveniently delivered to a centralized location to disperse.

About Good Source Solutions
Good Source Solutions is a leading distributor of food to niche and special application markets challenged by budgetary constraints. Established in 1980, Good Source Solutions works with over 400 vendors worldwide. This network allows Good Source Solutions to leverage their buying power to obtain substantial savings to pass down to individuals in need.

For more information, press only:
Erika Sherwood, 760.448.8280, esherwood@goodource.com

For more information on Good Source Solutions:
http://www.egoodsource.com

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