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DoyleFulchery

DoyleFulchery   , 85

from West New York

Food truck park to open soon near Westlake

Food Security Bill and RTI amendment to be tabled in LS today

5911247978255959826.jpg 15. Dock and Roll, One Taco and The Seedling Truck have already signed up to park at Midway, 1905 S. Capital of Texas Highway.

Fresh, unprocessed baby foods may help protect against food allergies

5910201265036005892.jpg Food Minister K V Thomas had introduced the fresh bill after withdrawing an earlier one along with the ordinance which was promulgated on July 5. Moving the National Food Security Bill, 2013, which promises to give right to the country's 80 crore people to get 5 kg of foodgrains every month at Rs 1-3 per kg, Thomas had said there is nothing in it against the states. AIADMK had opposed introduction of the bill saying it is against the Constitution and federal system. For implementing the bill, the subsidy burden would be Rs 1.30 lakh crore and foodgrains requirement would be 62 million tonnes annually. As per the provisions of the bill, beneficiaries would get rice at Rs 3/kg, wheat at Rs 2/kg, and coarse grains at Re 1/kg.

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5911247986039446468.jpg Researchers estimate that up to eight percent of children have a food allergy. Parents are sometimes advised to avoid certain foods as a means of preventing food allergies from starting. But Kate Grimshaw, lead author of the new study and a researcher at the University of Southampton in the UK, said she's been concerned that parents are reducing the nutritional diversity of their infants' diet without there being a great deal of evidence to back it up.