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Winnipeg Harvest is requesting canned tuna, salmon, chicken and turkey and canned fruit and vegetables.

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Winnipeg Harvest has issued an urgent plea for food donations.

The plea, issued in a statement today, says it is in urgent need of several food items to help feed the almost 64,000 Manitobans a month it serves.

Harvest says its most urgent needs are donations of canned tuna, salmon, chicken and turkey and canned fruit and vegetables.

As well, Harvest says it also needs donations of canned stew, chili, and brown beans, peanut butter, rice (brown, converted or parboiled), canned spaghetti sauce or tomatoes, cereal (high fibre, non-sugar coated), canned soup (lentil, pea or vegetable), and baby food and infant formula.

For more information, call Harvest as 204-982-3581.

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