New factory in Milford feeds hungry children world wide

A new factory has relocated to a strip mall in Milford, but its product is a little unexpected.

Kids Against Hunger is a private non-profit organization started by former pastor Larry Bergeron to provide nutritious food for starving and undernourished children locally, regionally and internationally.

Kids Against Hunger packages individual meals for shipment all over the world. The supplies are delivered to contacts Bergeron has made at local and regional food banks and in countries in Central America, Africa, and the Caribbean. About 40 percent of Bergeron’s contacts are in the United States, but 90 percent of the meals made go overseas. Bergeron ensures the contacts distribute the nutritious food properly.