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See Angelina Jolie Push Salma Hayek’s Face into a Birthday Cake

Looks like Angelina Jolie and Salma Hayek are the newest Hollywood friendship.

The Frida actor shared a video of herself celebrating her 55th birthday last Wednesday, which showed the Maleficent actor attending the gathering among Hayek’s family and friends. In the clip, Jolie is hesitant as Hayek shows her how to perform the Mexican tradition “mordida,” when the celebrator’s face is pushed into their own birthday cake for their first bite.

Jolie wears a black suit with a lace camisole in the clip, while Hayek is dressed in a metallic jumpsuit and black ankle boots. Eventually Jolie pushes her Eternals

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Buffalo School parents, students push for new ‘Wellness Program,’ more healthy food options

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — In a normal year, the Buffalo School District would serve around 29,000 meals a day through the Child Nutrition Program, which is mostly federally funded. Since the pandemic started, the Food Services Director, Bridget O’Brien Wood, said they have only been preparing between 10,000 to 12,000 meals a day.

“We get reimbursed for every meal we serve,” Wood said. “Because our meals have dropped significantly, we lost a lot of revenue because we don’t have the capacity to serve 29,000 kids if they are not in school.”

The school district participates in the National School Lunch

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Food ingredients maker Tate & Lyle eyes business split in health push

The logo of Tate & Lyle compagny is seen on their European Innovation Centre in Villeneuve d’Ascq, France, September 26, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol

Tate & Lyle (TATE.L) confirmed on Sunday it was exploring the sale of a controlling stake in its commercial sweeteners unit and separate it from its food and beverage solutions business as the food ingredients maker focuses on healthy products.

“If a transaction of this nature was completed it would enable Tate & Lyle and the new business to focus their respective strategies and capital allocation priorities,” the British company said in a statement on its website.

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