Neil K. Newell, welfare services manager of public affairs, stressed these changes would not reduce the quantity or quality of these food products. As part of its mission to care for the poor and needy, the Welfare Department is committed to providing "the very best," Newell said.
"That’s why we go to such great lengths to ensure food safety, quality and that’s why they say the food at the bishop’s storehouse is the best food money can’t buy," he said.
"We spend a lot of time making sure the food that we process in our facilities is of the utmost quality, and we want make sure we are not going to drop that vision by any means," Johnson said. "We’re not closing these facilities; we are utilizing them better than they ever have and also maintaining the capacity that is necessary to make sure that we maintain our vision."
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