A New York middle school is apologizing after serving students with a meal on the first day of Black History Month that was deemed to be culturally insensitive.

Administrators at Nyack Middle School say that the hot lunch menu was changed by the vendor without their knowledge on Feb. 1, the first day of Black History Month, to include chicken and waffles with a watermelon dessert, which the school’s principal called an “unfortunate situation,” The Journal News reported.

“We are extremely disappointed by this regrettable situation and apologize to the entire Nyack community for the cultural insensitivity displayed by

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Food banks have faced what they call the “hardest winter yet” amid increasing costs in Europe. Because of this, JustServe in the Church’s Europe North Area has been encouraging volunteers to support food-related charities.

JustServe.org is a website and app where charitable organizations and community groups can list their needs for volunteers. Jane and Paul Elvidge oversee JustServe in the Europe North Area and created a campaign called Harvest Appeal in October 2022.

With support from the area presidency, the Elvidges asked stake presidents and stake Relief Society presidents to invite their members to get involved, reported the Church’s U.K.

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We hope you’re hungry, because Asian Food Fest is returning this spring.

The annual festival celebrating Greater Cincinnati’s Asian foods will return to Court Street Plaza in downtown Cincinnati for its 12th year April 29-30. The festival is produced by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber in partnership with the Asian American Cultural Association of Cincinnati.

Here are the hours for Asian Food Fest:

  • Saturday, April 29: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Sunday, April 30: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Attendees to Asian Food Fest will be able to try a variety of Asian foods in the form of small plates

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Eat fish; it’s healthy. 

Except when it isn’t.

That’s the quandary that many Pacific Northwest and Columbia River Basin tribal members face as they try to balance their strong historic and cultural ties to salmon with modern studies that show salmon in their area can be polluted by contaminants — among them mercury and a host of other toxic chemicals.

The quandary arises because many tribal members eat more than what health officials suggest is the safe amount of salmon each month — eight 8-ounce servings. Because of that, they are particularly vulnerable to the contaminants that can be in

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Applications now being taken across the three programmes, which cater for all stages of an entrepreneur’s journey – from market potential to commercial upscaling – supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union.

From tackling food waste to advancing developments in protein diversification, EIT Food is passionate in supporting the next generation of agrifood startups helps to deliver real-life value for European citizens.

“To help build a future-fit food system that produces healthy and sustainable food for all, we need to create connections right across the food ecosystem, empowering entrepreneurs to develop

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Monkeys are not far from humans when it comes to bringing up their children. A video going around the internet shows how monkeys worry about their children getting food from strangers. It is a common practise among humans from around the world to teach their children to be wary of food offered by strangers. Nobody knew, however, that even monkeys in the wild were concerned about the same thing.   

Video Of Monkey Teaching Its Child A Food Lesson Goes Viral

Monkey Teaches Child To Not Take Food From Strangers

In the video taking the internet by storm, a monkey mama is seen snacking on a fruit while a

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