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Healthy Recipe Cards and Food Boxes Provided to Low-Income Families Nationwide

Herbalife Nutrition Collaborates with Feed the Children to Combat Food Insecurity Through Nutrition Education and Resources
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Herbalife Nutrition in partnership with Feed the Children (“FEED”), under the Nutrition for Zero Hunger initiative, announced it will supply 48,000 sets of healthy snack and meal recipe cards to approximately 48,000 of FEED’s food boxes distributed to low-income families throughout the U.S.

Atlas Copco Comptec Wore Red Noses to Help End Child Poverty

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The Red Nose Day campaign to support childrens’ charities, is sponsored by Save the Children. By purchasing a nose you donate toward the support and growth of this worthwhile initiative. Their mission is provide health care, opportunity and protection to every child, domestic and abroad by way of:

Moving Company Two Men and a Truck Lends Support for Food Programs at Rosie's Place

Funding Through CBS EcoMedia's WellnessAd Program to Provide More Than 2,600 Meals to Poor and Homeless Women and Children.
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BOSTON, MASS., May 27, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Two Men and a Truck®, the fastest-growing franchised moving company in the country, has joined with CBS EcoMedia through its WellnessAd program to support women’s shelter Rosie’s Place’s food programs by providing more than 2,600 meals over a month-long period.

Rosie’s Place’s Dining Room program serves more than 100,000 nutritionally balanced meals a year to women and children in need. Poor and homeless women can come to Rosie’s Place 365 days a year for meals that include fresh fruits and vegetables and are low in sodium and fat.

Regional Food Hub Launches in San Francisco

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(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) San Francisco, CA – August 16, 2010 – After eight months of planning, the San Francisco Foodshed Project launched in the SF Bay Area thanks to a grant from the California Department of Food & Agriculture (CDFA), administered by Great Valley Center. The project was born out of a recent Urban-Rural Roundtable coordinated by advocacy group Roots of Change, SF Mayor Gavin Newsom, and CDFA.

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