Ivanka Trump, Chobani founder launch food drives for needy families


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Ivanka Trump, pictured lugging a crate of Honeycrisps, Pink Ladies and Rubyfrosts, teamed up this week with Chobani founder Hamdi Ulukaya to ship fruit, greens — and naturally, yogurt — to needy families upstate.

The former White House advisor was in Rochester Friday delivering the uber-fresh food containers, which have been stuffed to the brim by native growers.

Trump helping deliver the food in Rochester, New York.
Ivanka Trump helps ship the food in Rochester, New York.

“This really evolved out of a discussion Hamdi and I had over lunch once day as the holidays were approaching and the dollar is going less far due to inflation,” Trump informed The Post.

“The need is very real and certainly no one program is going to fulfill it but every little bit we can do helps and Hamdi and I were both really happy to give back a little bit during the holidays,” she added.

Trump, who famous Rochester was a bit chillier than her new digs in Miami, mentioned she nonetheless manages to get again to New York City a few times a month to go to pals and take conferences.

Trump said she and Ulukaya decided to distribute food to help families hurt by inflation.
Trump mentioned she and Ulukaya determined to distribute food to assist families damage by inflation.
Trump also toured Hurd’s Orchards in Holley, New York during the trip.
Trump additionally toured Hurd’s Orchards in Holley, New York in the course of the journey.

“I do love the weather in Florida and the ocean, but New York holds a special place in our hearts,” she mentioned.

The upstate jaunt additionally included a tour of Hurd’s Orchards, a seventh era family-owned fruit and flower farm and canning firm in Holley, New York — simply west of Rochester.

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