Gehl Foods, LLC Announces 2019 Feed the Future Scholarship Recipients
GERMANTOWN, Wis., August 28, 2019 – This week, Gehl Foods announced their 2019 Feed the Future Scholarship recipients. This annual scholarship program awards a $5,000 scholarship to three dependents of a Gehl Foods employee attending an accredited college, university or technical school as a full-time student.
Scholarships were awarded based on scholastic achievement, extracurricular activity, letters of recommendation, and interviews. The Feed Your Future Scholarship recipients are Noah Bougie the son of Gehl Foods employee Mark Bougie, Jenna Priest the daughter of Gehl Foods employee Jeff Priest, and Mikena Wantz the daughter of Gehl Foods employee Kim Wantz.
“Gehl Foods continued to grow over the last few years due to the dedication, commitment to excellence and hard work of our employees,” says Brian Jahn, Gehl Foods Vice President of IT and Feed the Future Scholarship Committee Member. “ We saw these same attributes in each of the scholarship recipients and are honored to support these students and their families to improve both their educational and professional lives.”
About Gehl Foods
Gehl Foods, LLC is a Germantown, Wisconsin-based manufacturer of ready-to-serve, real dairy products in the sauce and nutritional beverage segments. Founded by J.P. Gehl in 1896 as a creamery, Gehl Foods operated as a family-owned company until 2015 when they were acquired by Wind Point Partners. The company operates in the low-acid aseptic market through three primary facilities in Wisconsin and California and has widespread distribution throughout North America. Gehl Foods’ robust research & development platform has produced a range of unique beverage and cheese formulations that are both licensed to national brands, as well as sold under private label families at large national retailers.