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Just Peachy Salsa is helping to close the food gap by building a bridge between the private and public sector," said Val Traore, CEO of the Food Bank of South Jersey.
The recipe for Just Peachy salsa uses nearly half a pound of fresh peaches per jar and also includes crushed tomatoes, jalapenos, onions, cilantro and garlic.
We'd definitely head back to Peachy Keens because we've got the chance to try out other types of food and it was good value for money.
The idea for Peachy Pink came from the fact that, like most women, I've had orange peel skin at one time or another and it really isn't nice.
Peachy Pink's cellulite-combating lingerie and above, Shazia Awan She said: "I'm delighted that Peachy Pink will be going into House of Fraser - we are really looking forward to working with them.
Ms Awan, 28, who completed a Masters in International Relations at Cardiff University, set up Peachy Pink last year.
It delivers an incredible, natural finish because it uses ingredients which help light bounce off the skin to give a smooth, peachy and almost airbrushed look.
Mother/Daughter relationships are never as peachy as they are depicted on Television.
Lightfull Foods in San Francisco has added to its Satiety Smoothie line with Mango Oasis, a 90-calorie drink/snack that joins four other Lightfull Satiety Smoothie flavors: Chocolate Satisfaction, Peachy Cream, Cafe Latte and Strawberry Bliss.
What do you call tea that is funny, peachy and tropical?
Not in management of the England squad but managing to secure such a peachy contract that allows you to underperform but leave early with a compensation package amounting to around two million pounds.
For example, five colors were added to the Laura Ashley Peachy Down Alternative Blanket, which is now available in eight colors, such as pale blue, chalk pink and lavender.
Viognier, a peachy and apricoty wine, originally limited to northern RhOne is now planted world-wide.
In the irreverent spirit of Betty and Pansy's Severe Queer Review series, here's a peachy gay travel guide (the first dedicated exclusively to Atlanta) that's not just another flimsy inventory of bars, dance clubs, and sceney gyms.
The toned-down peachy color offset by the green is unexciting.