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CHENNAI, India, Jan 18(Thomson Reuters Foundation) More than half the women employed in Bangladesh’s garment industry endure spousal violence, which causes depression and lower productivity at work, researchers said.

Women’s employment challenges the role of husbands in a patriarchal society, according to a new study published by the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research in Bangladesh.

“All this usually gets expressed through perpetration of violence against these women,” Naved told the Thomson Reuters Foundation on Thursday. “The urge to grab her savings and assets also result in violence.”

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employs 4 million people, nearly 80 per cent of them women.

The study found that 53 percent of female garment workers had been subjected to spousal violence during the previous year, compared to a national average of 27 percent. Of those, 43 percent reported suffering from depression.

Assaults against female garment workers also take a financial toll on the industry.

“Violence increases work related stress which in turn leads to the development of depression which in many cases, reduces productivity,” said the study.

“Thus, violence incurs cost at individual, family and the garment sector levels.”

Physical injuries may also affect a worker’s productivity. The study found that female garment workers suffered injuries including broken ribs and blindness.
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If you can say anything about Uggs, they comfortable everyone knows how much people love their comfort clothing. Look around pajamas at the airport, sneakers at cocktail parties, sweatpants at the office no wonder Uggs are so popular. When worn in moderation, I have nothing against comfort clothing (well, maybe just a tiny grudge). The way I see it, comfort clothes are like candy; they are fine once in a while.

Yet, like sweets, they are also highly addictive wear a sweatshirt once, and you never want to wear a blazer again. Though most of us have the sense to realize daily comfort clothing is not healthy, there are some who refuse to acknowledge it. They buy one pair of Uggs to wear as slippers; the slippers turn into weekend wear, which in turn leads the purchase of more Uggs. Before they know it, Uggs are the only shoes in their closets horror.

Uggs have an established target market. Although Ugg boots undeniably appeal to almost every age group, right now they seem to be the most popular amongst pre teens and younger teenagers. In high school, there is much more freedom as far as footwear goes. It is perfectly acceptable for a high school girl to wear a heeled boot or a pointed toe flat. In middle school, what is age appropriate tends to be more complicated.

Many parents are not comfortable having their pre teen wear anything more than a modest kitten heel. Therefore, Uggs seem like a happy compromise. Parents can rest assured knowing their daughters are not sporting scandalous footwear, and the girls, in turn, can feel fashionable. As an added bonus, Uggs are not obscenely expensive, at least when compared to the true designer shoes (Jimmy Choo, Ferragamo, etc.), especially considering most girls will wear the boots almost every day.

Anti fur activists have been relatively lenient. For whatever reason, PETA and other animal rights groups are quite forgiving when it comes to accessories; if the activists threw paint onto every Ugg boot wearer in America, there would be a severe shortage of paint in the United States. Although it is a commonly known fact that fleece lined Ugg boots are in fact, sheepskin, there still remains a large portion of the population that remains ignorant.

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Belfry (6 1) and Lawrence County (4 2) take on one another this Friday at 7:30 PM on Belfry’s home turf. Belfry is coming into the game hot, having won six in a row.

Belfry can now show off six landslide victories after its game last week. It breezed past Cabell Midland last week with a final score of 35 14.

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Rob had no idea, however, that all those years of playing would have such serious consequences. Safeties are the last line of defense and among the hardest hitters in the game. One tackle he attempted while playing for the Saints was so damaging, he doesn’t remember the rest of the game. He got up, ran off the field and tried to go back in as an offensive player. He knows this only because people told him the next day.

Professional football is a brutal sport, he knew that. But he loved it anyway. And he accepted the risks of bruises and broken bones. What he didn’t know was that along with a battered body can come a battered mind.

More: Kelly family speaks out on damage from Newark Catholic legend’s playing career

For decades, it was not well understood that football can permanently harm the brain. Otherwise, many parents would most likely not have signed their boys up to play. publicly acknowledged that concussions can have long term effects. which has now been found in the brains of more than 100 deceased players. But for Rob, and countless other players, those admissions came too late.

When I first met him in 2007, Rob had this gentle, endearing way about him that caught me off guard. I had never watched a full game of football in my life, but still believed the stereotypes: Players were tough and abrasive. But he was neither. I had never met a man who was so sensitive and tenderhearted. I loved that he wasn’t afraid to be vulnerable and to show tears.

When we married in 2009, I already knew he was an amazing father. He could play dollhouse with my stepdaughter for hours without a hint of boredom. This continued when we had two children of our own. When our son was born and I was focused on taking care of a baby, he would bathe the girls, brush and blow dry their (tangled!) hair. He would put the girls to bed every night. Afterward he would wash the dishes. He brought me coffee in bed each morning. I was spoiled rotten.

But he had always had trouble sleeping, and he was prone to mood swings and depression since I’d known him. Things got worrisome, so in 2010 I arranged for him to be evaluated by neurologists to apply for disability benefits. We traveled from Ohio, where we were living at the time, to North Carolina for full cognitive evaluations and testing. There were seemingly endless amounts of paperwork and record keeping.

I was right to be concerned. Over time, I had started to notice changes. But this was different. And things became increasingly frightening.

He lost weight. It seemed like one day, out of the blue, he stopped being hungry. And often he would forget to eat. I’d find full bowls of cereal forgotten around the house, on bookshelves or the fireplace mantel. The more friends and family commented on his gaunt frame, the more panicked I became. By 2016, he had shrunk to 157 pounds. People were visibly shocked when we told them he had played the game professionally.

Besides damage resulting from football related concussions, my husband has never had a diagnosed brain injury. He’s never been in a car accident or fallen off a roof. He never did steroids and, after struggling with alcohol abuse for about six years, off and on, after retirement, hasn’t had a drink in eight years. And he’s only 43.

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Every argument we had ended with me thinking: “This isn’t normal. This is not what couples fight about. Something’s wrong.” Our fights went in bizarre circles and were never resolved. He would be irrationally upset about one thing but would quickly lose track and begin rambling about something that had no connection to the topic at hand.

And the arguments were always the same. It was as if our lives were on a loop, like some song that’s been left on repeat for years. That sort of repetition has a tremendous ability to make you feel that you’re going insane. And maybe, you wonder, you are.

He was losing touch with reality and was increasingly paranoid. The first time he accused me of stealing loose change from his nightstand I was speechless. And when I told him how illogical it would be for me to do such a thing, he looked at me with even more suspicion. But his paranoia didn’t end there. It would leave me with a heaviness in my chest that made me sob without warning.

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The examining clinician found that “repeated concussion is very likely to have caused Mr. Kelly’s neuropsychological dysfunction,” and also that his prior alcohol abuse may have been a factor. But he has not had a single drop of alcohol for eight years, and his condition continues to deteriorate.

After years of little to no sleep, he alternated between sleeping either three hours a night or 20. I’d wake up to find every blind and curtain in the house closed and Rob sitting on the sofa with a blank expression on his face. He no longer felt comfortable driving, refused to leave the house and cut off contact with everyone.

Specific details about how he wanted his funeral to be, and his demand that he be cremated, were brought up with excruciating frequency. One particularly dark time, he went five days without eating anything; he drank only water and a few swigs of chocolate milk. He was suffering deeply and barely surviving. My love and affection seemed to offer no comfort or solace. I felt helpless. players, that I realized I wasn’t alone.

Our stories are eerily similar, our husbands’ symptoms almost identical: the bizarre behavior I had tried to ignore; the obsessive laundering of old clothes our washing machine ran from morning till night.

It was comforting and terrifying all at the same time. Why did so many of us see the same strange behaviors? “Our neurologist said they do it to calm their brains,” one friend told me. are a recurring topic in the Facebook group. They include memory loss, confusion, impaired judgment, aggression, depression and anxiety. These problems become apparent sometimes years or even decades after a player hangs up his helmet.

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I don’t think the public has any idea how widespread this problem truly is. There are likely to be hundreds of wives and partners of football players, maybe more, who live a life like mine. Sadly, there is a feeling of shame among those affected, in both the men and their families. Rob and I hope that, in telling this story, we may help other families.

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That’s right. For the next four weeks, I am sporting that most glamorous in medical orthopedic fashion: the stability boot.

For all of you young’uns who have nary a health problem in the world and think those Forever 21 stilettos won’t someday give you baseball sized bunions, let me explain: It’s the bulky, black, Velcro strapped boot that you’ll find on people after they’ve had foot surgery or injuries. It is all the rage among Frankenstein impersonators, ski boot enthusiasts and fashionista Yetis.

Ironically, it was an ill conceived attempt to be a fashionista in the first place that landed me in these boots in the first place. I wear heels about once a decade, and had decided to dust off some high heeled sandals for slacks I hadn’t gotten around to hemming yet. I was walking along the sidewalk thinking how tall and willowy I must look when I hit a rough patch in the concrete. My foot rolled over and promptly inflated to the size of a prize Virginia ham.

Within a couple of days, the foot seemed better. But in the weeks that followed, it frequently swelled up like a premenstrual blowfish. Eventually, I wound up seeing a podiatrist, who confirmed that I indeed had a small fracture in one of the 40 gobjillion bones that comprise the human foot.

“We will need to stabilize it,” he said. Translation: Welcome to Boris Karloff’s closet.

Since then, I’ve experienced quite the learning curve. Everything takes longer. Activities that used to be effortless like walking down stairs or driving a car become challenges. The first time I tried to drive with the boot on, I almost rear ended a police cruiser. Imagine THAT ticket: Driving Under the Influence of Jimmy Hoffa’s shoes. No wonder Frankenstein insisted on walking everywhere.

Lately, I’ve started changing into regular shoes to drive (which, of course, adds to the amount of time it takes me to get anywhere). After the trip, I have to heh, heh reboot.

My dog is terrified. I don’t blame her. When walking on hardwood floors, my right foot sounds like a pile driver. I have to do a lot of explaining to everyone I meet. (It’s too embarrassing to admit what really happened, so I just tell them that it’s the price one pays for being a decathlete.) And I had to search for an equal height shoe on my left foot so I didn’t resemble Long John Silver.

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Production crews for the Travel Channel’s “Man v. Food” were in the Oklahoma City area last week to visit three local restaurants for an upcoming episode.

The show, hosted by Adam Richman, highlights an eating challenge in a given city or area while featuring two other eateries in the same locale.

The challenge segment was shot Thursday at the Steak and Catfish Barn, 5175 E Waterloo Rd. in Edmond. Dino Smalley, who owns the place with his wife Maria Vitale, said Richman was going for the title of Top Cat, which is a yearly challenge to customers. The record for most catfish eaten in a single sitting is 28.

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The Steak and Catfish Barn opened in 2004, it was previously Vitale’s Italian Kitchen. Smalley and Vitale also own second Steak and Catfish location at N Walker Ave. where they still offer Italian food. Smalley said Richman was genuinely nice guy who didn’t shoot and run.

“After the shoot was over, Adam spent at least an hour in the restaurant with Maria and I just just talking about food.”

The crew also spent time shooting at Adam at Sid’s Diner in El Reno for an onion burger and steaks and lamb fries at Cattlemen’s Steakhouse on Mother’s Day.

Owner Dick Stubbs said he was surprised when producers for the show called, because Cattlemen’s doesn’t offer any eating challenges.

Richman and film crew spent all day Sunday filming in the kitchen and throughout the restaurant. Stubbs said he tried to change the shooting schedule, since Mother’s Day is the restaurant’s busiest day of the year, but the show’s production schedule wasn’t flexible.

Cattlemen’s, which has been in operation since 1910, also has been featured on the Food Network program “Diners, Drive Ins Dives” with Guy Fieri.

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Guppy Pizza, 421 Water St., Dec. 13. One priority foundation violation.

McDonald 6251 Truax Lane, Dec. 13. Two priority violations: Employee observed not washing hands after cracking hard shell eggs (corrected); liquid egg in reach in cooler cold held above 41 degrees (repeat, corrected). Three priority foundation violations.

Sammy Pizza Restaurant Pub, 2812 London Road, Dec. 13. One priority violation: Half and half creamer in bar cooler cold held above 41 degrees (corrected). Two priority foundation violations.

Morrison Healthcare Mayo Clinic Health System hospital, 1221 Whipple St., Dec. 14. One priority violation: Egg salad,
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cut tomato, hard boiled egg and leaf lettuce in cold prep table in room service area are cold held above 41 degrees (corrected).

Do Dodge Inn, 1339 Menomonie St., Dec. 15. No priority or priority foundation violations.

Galloway Grille, 409 Galloway St., Dec. 15. Four priority violations: Employee observed not washing hands when moving from dish washing area to preparing salads on cold line (corrected); minced garlic in oil stored at room temperature and not cold held at 41 degrees or lower (corrected); chlorine sanitizer in dish machine and sanitizer in sanitizer buckets are not being used according to label use instructions (corrected); sanitizer bucket stored on cutting board area of main prep line adjacent to food and food contact surfaces and bottles of peroxide stored above soup pots in kitchen (corrected). One priority foundation violation.

Green Mill Restaurant, 2703 Craig Road, Dec. 15. Three priority violations: Employee observed handling celery with bare hands (corrected); raw sausage on pizza was cooked to less than 155 degrees (corrected); chlorine sanitizer is not being used according to label use instructions (corrected). One priority foundation violation.

Caribou Coffee/Einstein Bros. Bagels, 807 W. Clairemont Ave., Dec. 18. Three priority violations: Raw salmon stored in same bus bin as pre cooked chicken breast (corrected); pasteurized eggs stored at room temperature and not cold held at or below 41 degrees (corrected); in egg prep area (corrected);
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COS Corrected on site during inspection. Sixth Ave.; Skip Salsa, 2300 N. Western St.; St. Joseph School, 4122 S. Bonham St.

These establishments had 0 demerits during a follow up inspection: Chiyo 810 N. 10th Ave.; Thai Express, 3314 S. Washington St. 45th Ave.: No sanitizer for wipe down rags; wipe down cloths not stored properly; ceiling panels over food prep and dishwasher must be plastic. COS.

(5) Ashmore Inn Suites II Inc., 2301 E. I 40: All single service items and food need to be stored at least six inches off ground; chlorine test strips needed. To be corrected within two hours. Shelves on inside need to be resurfaced and made cleanable; three compartment sink must have an indirect connection. To be corrected within 180 days.

(34) Bangkok Restaurant, 5901 E. Amarillo Blvd.: Cook wearing gloves out of kitchen touched wall did not change gloves; chicken in cold holding at improper temperature. COS. Cut up meat items in freezer from unapproved source (a reinspection fee is charged). To be corrected within 24 hours. Shellfish advisory for consumers needs to be posted; ensure all potentially hazardous foods are date marked; clean bugs from light shield above compartment sink; handle on freezer broken; ice scoop taped to ice machine; facility does not have a written health policy for excluding or restricting sick employees; kitchen manager must demonstrate knowledge of food safety; meat on top of cooler with fan blowing on product; several items not covered in walk in cooler; rags found in meat items; intake vents must remain clean; grease build up behind cooker at south end of store; utensils must not touch bulk item or product; vent hood at south end of store must be cleaned; employee eating in kitchen; employee drink without lid and straw; all areas must be smooth, durable and easily cleanable; tape may not be used to fix things in kitchen; replace ceiling tiles above mop sink and three compartment sink. To be corrected within 180 days. Due to more than 30 demerits, this is a failed inspection.

(18) Chuck E Cheeses, 2500 S. Coulter St.: Salad at buffet bar at improper temperature; sanitizer too strong; several dented cans on rack in dry storage area. COS. General to major cleaning needed throughout facility; all wiping cloths must remain in sanitizer solution when not in use; cell phone on food prep table; ramekins must not remain in bulk item of spices; handles of utensil must not touch bulk container or bulk item; intake and return vents must remain clean; broken table and urn nozzle at tea machine; door at west end of building not tight fitting; all potentially hazardous foods must be date marked and used within seven days; food manager certificate expired. To be corrected within 10 days.

(5) The Clairmont, 4707 Bell St.: Sticker residue on pans after washing; shelves rusted and/or peeling; can opener holder needs to be remounted to eliminate gap. COS.

(1) Desperado Catering, 500 N. Tyler St.: Dishes stacked wet. To be corrected within two hours.

(6) Dollar General No. 3488, 307 E. Hastings Ave.: Sixteen dented cans. COS. Need to clean milk fridge shelves, mini soda fridge by register and blower cover above cheeses; ceiling tiles in restroom need to be non absorbent, smooth and easily cleanable; ceiling has many cobwebs and needs dusting; dead bugs on floor in storage room; health inspection report and food establishment permit need to be posted where visible to public. To be corrected within 180 days.

(6) Dollar General Store No. 10th Ave.: Busted biscuit can; dented cans. COS. Thermometers needed in all coolers. To be corrected within two hours. Ceiling tiles in bathrooms need to be smooth, durable, non absorbent and easily cleanable. To be corrected within 180 days.

(7) Dollar General Store No. 14435, 2950 E. FM 1151.: Food debris in bottom of reach in cooler holding milk and eggs; bottom of both coolers need to be cleaned and sanitized. To be corrected within three days. Reach in cooler broken and needs to be repaired or removed; wire racks in milk cooler rusting and peeling. To be corrected within 10 days. Three compartment sink and hand sink needed. To be corrected within 180 days.

(3) Domino 2015 S. Coulter St.: Food manager must be registered and current certificate posted;
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ceiling tiles in both bathrooms not smooth for easy cleaning (repeat violation and a fee is charged). To be corrected within three days.

(8) Donut Stop, 100 23rd St., Canyon: Donuts sitting on rack uncovered. To be corrected within three days. Hand sink blocked; pot sitting on top of dishwasher; top of dishwasher covered in food debris and needs to be cleaned. To be corrected within 10 days. All bulk items need to be labeled. To be corrected within 90 days.

(18) Doug Barbque, 3313 S. Georgia St.: Walk in cooler walls, floor and ceiling not cleanable due to moisture damage and build up; walls and ceiling in prep area dirty; gaps at door to outside and window with exhaust fan; non mechanical refrigeration used (an approved HACCP plan must be submitted to health department); walk in cooler and prep area not clean; ice machine drain not plumbed correctly; holes in ceiling over food prep; no mop sink. To be corrected within 10 days. Due to all violations being repeat violations, a $100 reinspection fee must be paid. COS.

(7) Evocation Coffee Roasters Co., 4132 Business Park Drive: Open bag of sugar needs to be sealed. To be corrected within three days. Top of coffee machine, shelves holding sugar and wooden rack above prep table covered in dust and food debris and need to be cleaned and sanitized. To be corrected within 10 days. Ceiling above three compartment sink, hand sink and restroom need to be smooth, durable, easily cleanable and non absorbent; garage door in storage area needs to seal tightly to prevent pests entering building. To be corrected within 90 days.

(8) Family Dollar Store No. 24th Ave.: Dented cans for sale. COS. Covered trash can needed in women restroom; ceiling tiles in restrooms must be smooth, easily cleanable and non absorbent; exterior doors must be completely sealed (repeat violation); need a properly plumbed three compartment sink. To be corrected within 180 days. 18th Ave.: Personal items need to be kept separate; ceiling tiles in bathroom need to be smooth, durable, non absorbent and easily cleanable; doors need to be shut at all times to prevent pests and dust. COS.

(33) Heritage Convalescent Center, 1009 Clyde St. : Container of cleaner not properly identified. COS.

(4) Hil Burgers, 1300 23rd St., Canyon: Dust build up on kitchen ceiling, kitchen shelves and general kitchen area; vent hood without tag. To be corrected within 10 days. Kitchen floor not smooth, durable and easily cleanable. To be corrected within 90 days.

(9) Hungry Howie 3300 S. Washington St.: Documentation on pizza sauce needed to prove sauce is shelf stable after opened or must be refrigerated. COS. No certified food manager (repeat violation). To be corrected within 45 days. Thermometers needed in reach in prep coolers; covered trash can needed in employee restroom; gaskets on reach in coolers need to be repaired or replaced; cutting board on first prep table needs to be resurfaced or replaced; ceiling tiles, vents and pizza oven vent covers need to be dusted. To be corrected within 180 days.

(1) Kountry Boyz Catfish N More, 4907 S. Washington St.: Light shield missing above fryer. To be corrected within 180 days.

(11) La Kiva Inn Suites, 2501 E. I 40: Permit not posted; items stored in hand sink. To be corrected within two hours. No thermometer in cooler; food handler cards needed (repeat violation). To be corrected within 10 days. Broken tiles need to be replaced (repeat violation and reinspection fee is charged). To be corrected within 30 days. Gaskets on cooler need to be replaced. To be corrected within 45 days.

(4) Livinfit Nutrition, 4119 Business Park Drive: Cookies not covered during storage. COS. Ceiling tiles missing in storage; ceiling tile above ice machine and hand sink need to be smooth durable, easily cleanable and non absorbent. To be corrected within 90 days.

(4) Mini Mart, 1319 N. Mirror St.: Gap at back door; inside ice machine dirty. COS.

(11) Pak A Sak No. 10, 4200 S. Soncy Road: All containers on shelf near ice machine dusty and need to be washed; bag of hot links and two snack packs out of date; back door propped open; hand sink by three compartment sink blocked; soap dispenser in food prep room not working; box of cups, box of deli sheets and box of hot dog sleeves stored on floor; employee food/drinks scattered throughout walk in fridge (designate a shelf for employee items only). COS

(12) Pak A Sak No. 11, 5900 Hollywood Road: Ice scoop stored on top of ice machine covered with dust and dead fly (top of ice machine and top of all other machines need to be cleaned and sanitized); utensils and food debris in hand sink; no sanitizer bucket; no lid on lemon/lime container. COS. No lids on tea (repeat violation and a reinspection fee is charged); foam sheet on wire rack covered with food debris (foam must be removed); ice machine dirty. To be corrected within three days. Hand sink blocked by vacuum. To be corrected within 180 days.
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A goodwill gesture by a giant grocery store chain offering customers a $25 gift card following charges of alleged bread price fixing could mean a lot of dough for Canadian food banks.

A London based grassroots movement encouraging Canadians to register for a Loblaw gift card and then donate it to a local food bank is gaining traction.

did see it on Facebook and I blasted it on my wall too, said Lynda Davidson who oversees the food bank at the Unemployed Help Centre and represents 15 more with the Windsor Essex Food Bank Association.

Davidson said donated cards would be a boon.

would help offset the stuff we don get regularly, she said. would be wonderful. Companies Ltd. announced its plan to offer customers a $25 gift card earlier this week after admitting the company participated in an industry wide bread price fixing conspiracy for almost 15 years.

Within hours of the announcement, people took to social media to express anger over the scam and then quickly lent their support to the rising notion of donating the cards for the betterment of the less fortunate.

seen it come up on social media, said Marzena Gersho, a spokesperson for Food Banks Canada. people want to donate a food card I know our food banks are happy to receive a donation of any kind. noted more than 800,000 Canadians use a food bank each month, with one in three of those clients being children.

a great deal of need, Gersho said.

In Ontario, 335,000 people visit a food bank each month.

Locally, Davidson said the coalition of food banks helped out more than 21,000 individuals between January and November of this year. Of those, 7,400 were children.

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Davidson said the donations don last through the year.

prediction is we be done by March, she said. go through it quickly. Dunn, executive director of the Downtown Mission, said the food cards would help when the snow melts in spring.

the Christmas season we have lots of food being dropped off. In June, however, those gift cards would come in real handy, he said.

Loblaw officials anticipate distributing between three to six million cards. If it six million, that would come with a $150 million price tag.

If the social media movement pushes totals higher, Loblaw officials publicly say they are unconcerned.

primary focus is really executing the program well, so we get money into the hands of individuals as quickly and efficiently as possible, said Kevin Groh, the company vice president of corporate affairs and communications. think (donation) is a lovely idea, as we already a leading contributor to food charities nationwide. With the card in hand, customers could easily buy food for themselves or for a food bank. CEO Galen G. Weston publicly apologized Tuesday. The registration period is expected to run from Jan. 8 to May 8. Registrants must meet age of majority requirements and they must declare they bought certain packaged bread products at one of the eligible banner stores before March 1, 2015.
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