I HAVE said it often and for long enough and thankfully the facts figures are now presenting themselves in the format to support it. Children will eat smaller portions from the adult menu!Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A recent survey by Nutrition & Health Foundation and Restaurants Association of Ireland shows that almost every parent wants their child to eat what they are having. Backing the claim that many “kids menu” offerings are just not good enough. The two groups came together recently to launch ‘Kid Size Me’ Nationwide initiative.Provision of child size portions of adult meals in restaurants is an important step forward in tackling Ireland’s childhood obesity levels and is at the heart of a new joint initiative called ‘Kid Size Me’ from the Nutrition & Health Foundation (NHF) and the Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI). The initiative aims to ensure children have access to healthier food options when dining out by making child size portions of adult meals available as an alternative to ordering from the standard children’s menu. Participating restaurants will carry the new ‘Kids Size Me’ symbol on their menus and over the coming weeks consumers can log on to www.wheretoeat.ie to see a list of participating venues. New research entitled ‘Eating Out With Children’, commissioned by the NHF, indicates the scale of demand for child size portions of adult meals with 98% of parents surveyed supporting the move. 80% of parents state they have dined in a restaurant or café where child size portions of adult meals were available in addition to the standard children’s menu. However, 3 out of 5 (58%) of those surveyed only became aware of this option by requesting it from restaurant staff as the offering was not advertised. Linkedin Previous articleIrish firms warned cybercrime is viralNext articleComedy, concerts and drama at Terryglass admin Facebook NewsKid size me for better eating outBy admin – August 4, 2011 707 WhatsApp Advertisement Email Print Twitter
The Jakarta administration is extending the transitional period of large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) for another 14 days, beginning Friday to Sept. 10.Governor Anies Baswedan announced the extension through his Instagram account, urging the public to be more serious in following health protocols by limiting activity outside their homes, maintaining 1-2 meters between each other in a public setting and washing hands with soap regularly.“To suppress various epidemiological indicators of the spread of COVID-19, [I hope that we] all keep our spirits up, keep reminding each other and follow the provisions of this transitional PSBB,” the Instagram post said Thursday. Topics : The extension was the fifth after the capital first extended the PSBB from June 4 to July 16, dubbing it a “transitional” phase that would go along with the gradual reopening of the economy.Read also: Jakarta extends transitional restrictions as COVID-19 rate on riseHowever, the capital, also the initial epicenter of the epidemic, has extended the transitional period a number of times as it continues to struggle to control COVID-19 transmission. Jakarta recorded on Thursday an addition of 760 positive cases, bringing the total to 36,213 confirmed cases with more than 1,100 deaths and 28,000 recoveries. The country itself recorded 162,884 positive cases with more than 7,000 deaths as of Thursday after seeing an all-time-high daily increase of 2,719 positive cases.
The St. Louis attorney who, along with his wife, who confronted Back Lives Matter protesters says the only thing that kept the “mobsters” at bay was the fact that the couple brandished guns. He got into it with CNN’s Chris Cuomo armed with his intelligence and came out the victor.“I believe in my heart of hearts that the only thing that kept those mobsters, that crowd, away from us is that we were standing there with guns,” Mark McCloskey, 63, recently was quoted saying. He also said he was a victim of terrorism.“If I was in the same situation, I’d do it all again,” the lawyer said in an interview at their mansion. “The bottom line was, I was there to protect my family and my house and myself.”Mark insisted the safety mechanisms on his AR-15 and his wife’s handgun were on when they confronted the group. He declined to say if either weapon was loaded.He said one protester called him by name and that another man kept getting closer “trying to look intimidating.”“I’m not a mind reader but he gave every impression of being there for assault purposes and to be physically threatening,” Mark said. “It got to the point where I was concerned that I might actually have to shoot.”Patricia said she called 911 but that cops never showed up. Her husband said he didn’t blame police because they are “underfunded, understaffed, overwhelmed.”The couple said that while they have heard from supporters, they also have been inundated with threats.“‘We’re gonna burn your house, this is gonna be my bedroom, my living room and bathroom after you’re dead,’” Mark cited as an example.