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The new arrivals settling into the Burlington area are getting help adjusting from Feeding Chittenden, Vermont’s largest direct provider of emergency food services.
The nonprofit recently launched a program delivering culturally relevant foods to Afghan refugees. Meat, for example, is slaughtered under appropriate religious guidelines.
"To be able to offer boxes that aren’t so much a part of the westernized food system— it’s really nice to do that in a way where people are really going to enjoy and appreciate the food that they’re getting," Carter said.
WrittenMar 14, 2022
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