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The latest report by safefood on the cost of a minimum acceptable healthy food basket has revealed families on a tight budget continue to struggle to buy healthy food, with some households spending up to one third (32 percent) of their take home income each week on food.
ALDI Ireland has announced details of its continued significant contribution to Galway’s economy and the impact of its charity partnerships across the county. In its annual ALDI Economic Impact Report published today, the company said it paid €7.5 million in wages and salaries last year and opened two new stores in Tuam and Mountbellew.
In late August of 2005, one of the most dangerous tropical storms in history began brewing. The waters of the Gulf of Mexico were unusually warm that month, and the high temperatures transformed the ocean basin into a giant cauldron with the optimal conditions for growth.
Galway has a new food gem, the stunning addition to Forster Street is becoming a must visit location for Galway foodies. The former tourist office has been transformed into a feast for the eyes, matching the gorgeous interior, no surprise in the eye-catching design given that it is a sister business of Hyde Bar and Hyde Hotel.
New research reveals link between weight loss groups like Slimming World and increased ‘mental toughness’
A new study has revealed that that people who are supported to lose weight in a group environment such as Slimming World not only lose more weight, but can also increase their ‘mental toughness’ compared to those who go it alone.
A new study has revealed that receiving expert group support helps people to lose more weight and can increase their ‘mental toughness’ compared to those who go it alone.
Galway Feminist Collective has launched a crowdfunder to support its new cooperative food business and social enterprise - Stirring the Pot: Galway Feminist Food Coop.
Schools may be closed, but innocent and GIY are calling on teachers to sign up for free food growing classroom kits to welcome children back when the doors are open again.