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As India continues to grapple with a second wave of Covid-19, social media platforms have been abuzz with SOS alerts and calls for donations. We’ve seen the power of humanity, with strangers coming forth to held one another. Now, a striking photograph of a woman cooking while on oxygen support has triggered a heated debate online.

The image, which has been circulated widely across platforms, is of a woman cooking in the kitchen while breathing with the help of an oxygen concentrator placed nearby. The photo came with the caption, “Unconditional love = mother. She is never off duty.”

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Real Water’s bottled product, which has been linked to liver failure and non-viral hepatitis by the federal government, is still up for sale online and being pushed through social media despite the company’s voluntary recall, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warns.

“The FDA has become aware that ‘Real Water’ brand alkaline water is still being offered for sale through online retailers,” the FDA wrote in an update on March 31. “The agency is working to locate any remaining products to ensure they are no longer

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If you’re anything like me, your car’s glove compartment is probably full of extra condiment packets…and if you are, you probably know that those extra hot sauce packets from Taco Bell are like gold. They can pep up everything from homemade tacos to other fast-food joints’ hamburgers. But they’re not literally gold…they are in fact free, but don’t tell the people online that. Apparently, packets of Taco Bell hot sauce are being listed on sites like eBay for huge sums, according to Fox News, with some even being posted for thousands of dollars.

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More than a third of people in the United Kingdom were unaware that takeaways and food businesses were required by law to undergo safety and hygiene checks, according to a survey.

People in the UK buying homemade food online and from social media chefs during lockdown has become increasingly popular during the past 12 months. Oliver’s Kitchen commissioned a survey of 5,000 British residents to find out their thoughts and experiences eating this type of takeaway.

More than three quarters, 79 percent, of respondents had ordered food from an unregistered home takeaway or social media chef during lockdown.

A tenth

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Olo, which makes online ordering software for restaurants, saw shares soar 39% in its public market debut on Wednesday.

The company priced shares at $25 per share, raising about $450 million at a valuation of $3.6 billion. The stock closed on Wednesday at $34.75 per share. Olo had initially said that its target price was $16 to $18 per share, before raising it to $20 to $22 per share on Monday. The stock is trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker “OLO.”

“For us, we are so well known within the restaurant industry but so unknown outside

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Life — flowers, animals, herbs, vegetables — is bursting out all over the North Olympic Peninsula right about now.

Within 25 miles of Sequim, for example, nearly 30 farms are growing food they’ll bring to market this spring.

If you drive around looking, though, you might not be able to find these places — until now.

The statewide Eat Local First Collaborative, a group of farming organizations, has launched the WA Food & Farm Finder, a free online tool to ease the hunt for local provisions.

The site, at eatlocalfirst.org, lets users search by ZIP code for producers within

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