Food for thought

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Food for thought

Post by princes town » Sun Jan 22, 2012 11:06 pm

Excuse the pun but I thought this was quite interesting. ... -card.aspx

I'm pretty sure darlington building society run a similar scheme relating to savings accounts. My father mentioned that the Co-op were very supportive of local community associations whihc got me thinking. Does LIncolnshire quaker know anything about it.

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Re: Food for thought

Post by Preston51 » Wed Aug 03, 2022 12:50 pm

Food for thought is the first step to raise our awareness of what we eat and how it affects our lives. I believe that it's important to respect earth, so I try to buy as much as possible local produce, but in a healthy and fair way. You can get fruit hampers and enjoy yourself. My aim is to provoke thought around food in order to promote healthy eating and encourage a culture of sharing information.

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