Fife and Edinburgh Muslim community launches ‘Cheap and Easy’ food packs to help combat food poverty

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK has launched a ‘Cheap and Easy Cooking’ campaign to help tackle rising food poverty in our communities.

By Darren GibbFriday, 2nd April 2021,

The community is an internationally recognised movement within Islam, with its followers committed to promoting friendship, goodwill and righteousness, not only amongst themselves, but also amongst other nations and communities.

As the ongoing pandemic continues to have a serious impact on the country, many families are struggling to make ends meet.

In addition to supporting foodbanks, helping distribute school meals, providing cooked food for frontline staff and helping neighbours, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community wants to help combat food poverty through its latest campaign.

source Fife and Edinburgh Muslim community launches ‘Cheap and Easy’ food packs to help combat food poverty | Fife Today

1 reply

  1. Reminds me: my mother told that during world war 2 the local municipality in Switzerland also arranged a similar training ‘how to cook cheaper’. My mother went once and found that she already did a better job than what they were taught there:

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