Food Lion, Customers and Suppliers Aim to Help Provide Up

SALISBURY, N.C., June 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Through Food Lion Feeds’ “Summers Without Hunger” campaign, customers can make a meaningful difference in supporting the one in six children experiencing food insecurity across the towns and cities Food Lion serves. During the campaign, which runs through June 29, customers can simply make a $5 donation at their local Food Lion or when shopping online at shop.foodlion.com. For every $5 donation made, a $5 matching donation will be contributed by the following Food Lion suppliers supporting the campaign: Campbell’s, Aquafina, Kellogg’s Jumbo Snax, Sara Lee Artesano Bread, Chex Mix, Lay’s Chips

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Kgabung Caters For Dessert Demands

One Kgabung’s mouth watering desserts are an ideal treat for people with a sweet tooth.

Kgabung makes desserts for all occasions be it weddings, baby showers or birthday parties. In an interview with Showtime, she said she realised that many people like desserts, but are not able to prepare the delicacies. She said at occasions such as weddings, the demand for dessert is always high from people who attend such events. She also said her dessert business aims to bridge that gap and give the groom, bride and others a chance to worry about other important things. She added that

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Health & Wellness: The secrets of making healthy food not taste ‘healthy’ | Health and Fitness

Who doesn’t love adding a little salt to their dinner? But if you’re like many Americans, your doctor may have advised you to reduce your salt intake. Cue the disappointment when you bite into your chicken leg, and it tastes like nothing.

It turns out it takes 24 weeks to readjust how much salt you prefer to add to your food. That’s a long time! And in the meantime, your food may just have that super healthy taste that’s simply hard to stomach.

But eating well is important, so I’ve compiled four tips for making healthy food taste amazing as

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What really makes junk food bad for us? Here’s what the science says

Fun, cheap and tasty, but perhaps not the healthiest option

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CUT down on fatty food. No, sugar. Aim for a Mediterranean diet. And remember to eat more plants…

The variability of healthy eating advice has become a cliché in itself. Yet despite all the contradictions, there is one thing that many agree on: we should avoid junk food. Until recently though, no one could give you a decent reason why. Gastronomic snobbery aside, science lacked an agreed definition of what junk food actually is, and that has made it difficult to know whether we

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Southern Africa Food and Nutrition Security Working Group (FNSWG) Quarterly Bulletin – 03 June 2021 issue 01 and 02 – Democratic Republic of the Congo

Highlights:

• Average to above.average rainfall improved water crop and pasture conditions catalysing agricultural and pastoral opportunities in most parts of the region, increasing the above-average harvest in Malawi, Zimbabwe, Zambia and parts of Mozambique.

• Five out of 16 weather systems made landfall during the 2020/2021 Cyclone Season. Over 500,000 people were affected and over 219,000 fanning hectares were compromised during the last cyclone season, mostly in Mozambique, but also in Madagascar, Zimbabwe, Eswatini, Malawi, Botswana South Africa.

• 1.14 million people in Madagascar are projected to be food insecure (IPC 3 or above) in April-September 2021, with an

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Litchfield Unveils Bicentennial Cake | The Journal-News

The city of Litchfield unveiled their birthday cake, commemorating Montgomery County’s bicentennial, displayed in the center of downtown Litchfield on the corner of Route 16 and State Street in Carnegie Park.

Montgomery County will celebrate its 200th birthday on Saturday, June 5, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the fairgrounds in Butler with a live pioneer scene, petting zoo, antique tractors and cars, wood carving, more than 50 booths and historic displays, and live entertainment.

In honor of continued growth for the county, Litchfield created a living birthday cake. The body of the cake is made of hundreds of

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This may be the craziest Pride-themed dessert we’ve ever seen

When it comes to Pride-themed desserts, we thought we’d seen them all but this new offering from Black Tap and Dough Doughnuts takes the cake. Or, we should say, the doughnut sprinkles milkshake.

In honor of Pride month, Black Tap is releasing a special multicolor CrazyShake that will be available exclusively at Black Tap Soho from tomorrow through June 30. The vanilla rainbow shake features a vanilla frosted rim with rainbow sour gummies, a specialty-made Dough Doughnut rainbow doughnut, a rainbow twisty pop, sour rainbow belts, rainbow sprinkles and whipped cream. Looks like we found where all those rainbows from

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Drinking Too Much Is an American Problem

Photograph by Chelsea Kyle; Prop Stylist: Amy Elise Wilson; Food Stylist: Sue Li

This article was published online on June 1, 2021.

Few things are more American than drinking heavily. But worrying about how heavily other Americans are drinking is one of them.

The Mayflower landed at Plymouth Rock because, the crew feared, the Pilgrims were going through the beer too quickly. The ship had been headed for the mouth of the Hudson River, until its sailors (who, like most Europeans of that time, preferred beer to water) panicked at the possibility of running out before they got home,

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