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The Muslim community of Aberdeen handed out free freshly-cooked Asian meals on 25th May to help the city’s homeless and anyone suffering hardship during the tough economic times caused by the oil downturn in the city. The initiative named “Foodbox” is initially planned to take place on the last Wednesday of every month in St Nicholas Square in Aberdeen City Centre. Foodbox Project Manager Maaruf Razzak told the BBC that “nobody should be hungry”. He added: “Foodbox is more than just providing for the homeless, it is about providing food for anyone that does not have dinner on their table. “We welcome people from all faiths and backgrounds to come and see us. Food brings people together; we want to give our fellow Aberdonians that are facing hardship not just a filling meal, but a tasty one.” click here.

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