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Winnipeg Harvest needs help to restock shelves

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Winnipeg Harvest has issued an urgent plea for its top 10 needed food items.

The local food bank said it needs help to restock its shelves because of a decline in donations of its top 10 food items.

The top 10 food items needed are:

  • canned tuna, salmon, chicken or turkey
  • canned fruit and vegetables
  • canned stew, chili, brown beans
  • peanut butter
  • whole grain pasta/whole wheat pasta
  • rice (brown, converted or parboiled)
  • canned spaghetti sauce or tomatoes
  • high fibre and non-sugar coated cereal
  • canned lentil, pea or vegetable soup

The food items can be dropped off at 1085 Winnipeg Ave.

Monetary donations are also accepted by calling 204-982-3581.

Winnipeg Harvest helps feed 60,000 Manitobans each month with almost half of them children.

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