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Focus on feeding the less well-off

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

13th September, 2015
Taste of Home, will raise funds to tackle homelessness

Focus on feeding the less well-off

There’s a charitable element to two recently-launched food projects. Focus Ireland’s new range of jams and chutneys, Taste of Home, will raise funds to tackle homelessness, and is on sale in 19 SuperValu stores around Dublin. You can also pick them up at the charity’s Beloved stores in Malahide in Co Dublin and the Douglas Village shopping centre in Cork.

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