Hormel Product ‘Spammy’ Helps Malnourished Kids

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Minnesota-made canned meat is now going to feed malnourished kids across the world.

Hormel Foods just released “Spammy,” it’s a specially made turkey spread that’s packed with vitamins and minerals.

Hormel, which is based in Austin, Minn., has pledged to deliver over 1 million cans of “Spammy” to orphanages and family centers in Guatemala. They said it’s all to feed malnourished children.

One of the organizations in Guatemala says the kids who have been eating “Spammy” are getting healthier.


One Comment

  1. pat says:

    I know Spam is the butt of many jokes, but when I was a kid growing up in Eau Claire, it was a staple in our home and we were glad for it. I think I’ll buy a can today.

  2. FunnyRabbit says:

    Spam saved Europe from starvation during WW2.

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