Huntington’s Kitchen encourages healthy eating during pandemic | News

HUNTINGTON — For many, it’s a challenge to consistently eat healthy, remain active and address other health-related habits. The pandemic changed the way all of us live and work, but it also affected healthy lifestyles and where many of us eat our meals.

According to The Hartman Group’s Eating Occasions Compass annual report, 88% of Americans surveyed ate at home in spring 2020. That increased by 12% from 2019, with eating at restaurants decreasing to 4% during the early days of the pandemic. While individuals continue to eat more at home, some may not make the most healthy choices.

Huntington’s Kitchen provides opportunities for Tri-State residents to learn about well-prepared food and healthy living, cooking and other food-related experiences. Its mission is to equip everyone with the knowledge and tools they need to help prevent and reduce diet-related diseases.

It uses its own blend of community cooking classes, meal kits,

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Alibaba News Roundup: Festive Meal Deals Surge & A Global Culinary Journey Streamed on Fliggy

The Alibaba News Roundup is a weekly digest of events and happenings across the company. This week, we look at‘s double-digit growth in the quarter ended Dec. 31, 2020. Featured are rising online restaurant meal offerings for delivery during the coming Chinese New Year holiday, a change from the pre-pandemic festive dining-out scene. We have news about diplomats in China from around the world livestreaming on Fliggy to promote local dishes in the run-up to the CNY. And we share news about the newest store openings on Tmall and the Tmall Luxury Pavilion.

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Alibaba’s International Wholesale Business Grew 53% Amidst Pandemic notched double-digit growth in the quarter ended Dec. 31, 202, according to the group’s latest quarterly earnings released this week. The B2B e-commerce platform was also one of the top-performing

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Zeeland plant completes occupational health center – News – Holland Sentinel

ZEELAND — An employer in Zeeland has invested $150,000 in a facility upgrade to better focus on the health and safety of its staff.

Tyson Foods completed the facility upgrade in January, according to a statement from the company.

The occupational health center includes a waiting area with sound barriers for privacy and a separate COVID-19 testing room equipped with a standalone, hospital-grade HEPA filtration unit.

The waiting area is currently arranged for up to six team members and will be suitable for up to 20 employees post-COVID. The current testing room will also be repurposed as a third exam room.

In addition to the health center, the plant has added $2 million to its budget to support additional protective measures, including the hiring of two full-time nurses, a more robust approach to on-site testing and

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El Bajio on Hawthorne, Oyishi Japanese in Oconee and More Food News

Latino’s Taqueria y Mariscos, which replaced my beloved La Estrella on Hawthorne Avenue, is closed, with new signs painted on the windows advertising a restaurant called El Bajio Restaurant and Taqueria as coming soon. It appears to be related to the market on Old Commerce Road of the same name.

The Watkinsville location of Inoko Express has closed but is reopening shortly under a new name: Oyishi Japanese Cuisine, with sushi, sashimi, hibachi, ramen, soba and the like.

G Brand BBQ in Crawford has added a drive-through.

Athens Pizza has moved across Milledge Avenue from its original location into the shopping center that also houses Tall Boy Beverages.

Gyro Wrap (RIP forever, SIGH) is being replaced by a place called Munch Hut that bills itself as a deli and store. There’s still hope for gyros, supposedly, so let’s keep crossing our fingers.

The building at 1180 Prince Ave. that

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