Knoxville media spotlights Melaleuca giving back

Melaleuca employees getting food at table

As the world continues to overcome the challenges of COVID-19, many businesses are stepping up to help their communities. The Knoxville News Sentinel recently spotlighted a few companies that are giving back in remarkable ways.

Melaleuca has led the cause, including several occasions when it helped fill the fridges and pantries of its employees. The Knoxville News Sentinel, which has a daily circulation of approximately 120,000 readers, spotlighted one of these moments when Melaleuca donated a semi-trailer full of fresh meat, produce, bread, and other essentials to 500 employees in Tennessee.

“This unexpected gesture made my week,” said Cheree Perry, a 27-year employee with Melaleuca. “Receiving free groceries is above and beyond what I would expect any company to do for their employees. Melaleuca has been a blessing to me and my family over all these years.”

Read the full Knoxville News Sentinel article

Melaleuca is committed to helping its employees stay strong and healthy as the pandemic remains a concern. The company is helping people all over the globe to fortify their homes and fortify their health by manufacturing a variety of health and wellness products.

Melaleuca employee giving food to fellow Melaleuca employee outside

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