Tesco shoppers can now buy food donation parcels to donate to families in need across Aberdeen
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Help keep north and north-east families fed and warm
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We want to break down barriers and do our bit to prevent people going hungry.
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The family-owned ingredients manufacturer, Macphie, has donated 14 tonnes of food to 529 charities from April last year.
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Aberdeen charity workers said many foodbanks have been left paying higher prices at a time when there has never been more need.
We need more cost-of-living-crisis support for everyone, especially the most vulnerable in our society, writes Aberdeen Cyrenians' head of services.
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If you have access to a car in Aberdeen, there are perhaps 10 foodbanks within reach every day.
Every year, foodbanks up and down the country are inundated with donations in the lead-up to Christmas.