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Long queues return to US food banks as inflation soars | News

Phoenix — Long queues are back at food banks across the United States, as inflation-burdened working Americans turn to aid to help feed their families. With fuel prices on the rise along with grocery costs, many people are looking for charity food for the first time, and more are arriving on foot. The rapid rise …

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Clear information helps food and beverage brands attract customers: Researcher | Business

Consumers, especially young people, prefer healthy eating after the COVID-19 pandemic. Image courtesy of Vero HCM City (VNS / VNA) – Experts said that sharing raw material sourcing clearly is among the best ways for food and beverage brands to build more trust with customers as eating habits have changed dramatically amid the COVID-19 pandemic. …

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Asian markets rise ahead of US inflation data | News agency

BEIJING (AFP) – Asian stock markets rose on Wednesday as investors awaited US inflation data, and some concern could lead to further interest rate hikes. Shanghai, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Seoul prices rose. Sydney refused. Oil prices rebounded from Tuesday’s low but remained below $100 a barrel. The benchmark S&P 500 index fell on Wall …

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Residents say China used a health tracker to control crowds

Taipei, Taiwan – Angry bank customers who traveled to a city in central China to retrieve their savings from troubled rural banks were stopped by a health app on their mobile phones. Residents of China are required to have the health app, which displays an icon indicating their health status, including potential exposure to COVID-19. …

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