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Los Charos recognized for collecting world hunger donations

February 16, 2017
Special To The Chronicle , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Marvin and Karen Hoskey, Cheslea, Independent Distributors for XANGO have placed donation boxes at various times since 2012 at the Trojan Inn, China A9, King Tower, The Butter Cow, Big T and Mike's Pizza in Toledo as well as at restaurants Marshalltown.

They also have donation boxes placed in Sunrise Beach, Lake Ozark, Osage Beach and Camdenton in Mo. They are extremely appreciative of everyone who has donated to this worthy program.

XANGO Goodness is a sponsored meal pack program developed by the XANGO Corporation (a nutritional company established in Lehi, Utah, in 2002) which has enabled its distributors, executives, and employees to get involved and make a positive impact on the welfare of children and families across the globe.

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Leobardo Rocha, manager of Los Charros Mexican Grill in Toledo, was presented a certificate by Marvin Hoskey helsea, citing his restaurant has received over $1,000 in donations for world hunger from his customers since 2012. That will provide meals for over 350 children through the XANGO Goodness Program.
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The company engineered an innovative meal replacement package for children needing nutrition but who were not able to assimilate what nutrition was being provided. The XANGO Meal Pack is a unique, dry powder formulation that is water-soluble and delivers all the critical nutrients in a way that malnourished bodies can best absorb and utilize.

XANGO has partnered with AmeriCares to ensure the delivery of the meal packs to the designated beneficiaries, whether they be in hospitals or children's homes or far-reaching outpost clinics.

The XANGO Meal Pack program is providing millions of meals to malnourished and undernourished children and families the world over, including countries such as Mexico, Haiti, thePhilippines, Afghanistan, Guatemala, El Salvador, and many more.

According to XANGO Founder Gordon Morton, "Through the XANGO Meal Pack, we have the ability to save countless lives."

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