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purchase prepared food to be eaten at home


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Announcing the appeal, Pierre Krahenbuhl, Commissioner-General of UNRWA, said: As we come up to Ramadan, we can foresee a prospect of thousands of Palestinian refugees going hungry because very simply they do not have enough money to buy food.
Around 600 families who have been hit by the Government's welfare reforms are to receive gift cards to buy food over the festive season.
reforms that would use food aid dollars to bolster their ability to grow their own crops instead of using them to buy food in the U.
This is only the second time since Gallup and Healthways began tracking this measure as part of the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index in January 2008 that less than 80% of Americans reported that they had enough money to buy food throughout the past year.
They told the GDN they had no money to buy food and were depending on friends to repay the loans which they took before coming to Bahrain.
NEVER buy food or drink at a service station if at all possible.
The UK-wide scheme allows consumers to make informed choices about the places in which they eat out or where they buy food.
Barry College's reverse recycling bottle bank - the first in a Welsh college - works by offering vouchers to buy food and drink in the college refectory.
They will find out how to understand labels, where to buy food, how to store it, how to cook it and what makes a healthy diet.
He said: "They were allowed to eat and buy food and then return, as long as they were not carrying weapons.
Since I stopped using supermarkets last year I have saved time and money because I only buy food when I need it.
Both pleaded not guilty to a charge of helping Shah buy food.
Both women work for Curves, a women's fitness franchise, and will post some Santa letters on bulletin boards at the clubs where members can help buy food and gifts.
Human Development Index (HDI): A number from 0 to I, based on how a country's people fare in terms of life expectancy, adult literacy, and purchasing power (a person's ability to buy food, clothing, and other necessities).
Harry Merchant, 25, said he took the charity box from a shop so he could buy food for himself and his pregnant partner.