FOUR OAKS, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–As a food manufacturer that has witnessed national economic challenges many times over the past 200 years, House-Autry Mills is committed to helping our consumers through this unprecedented economic downturn. To demonstrate that commitment, House-Autry CEO Craig Hagood has announced a significant price rollback on a number of popular House-Autry products to help relieve the financial burden of trying to make ends meet when household food budgets are so stretched in these times.
“A big part of our company’s mission is putting families first,” Hagood said. “Financial hardship is one of the major stresses on a family, and House-Autry wants to help ease that burden for shoppers.” House-Autry has lowered their everyday list prices on a wide range of their breaders and mixes and will maintain the discounts for the foreseeable future (actual shelf pricing is at the discretion of the individual retailer). Hagood continued, “We consider it part of House-Autry’s responsibility to be there for our communities in good times and bad. These price reductions and our ongoing donations to the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina represent our continuing commitment to fulfilling that responsibility.”
With a history dating back to 1812, House-Autry Mills is known for producing delicious breaders and mixes, using time-honored milling techniques. House-Autry has nearly three dozen unique products for consumers to use at home, available in more than 30,000 food retailers nationwide. Its products are also served through foodservice distributors, restaurants and restaurant chains throughout the U.S.
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