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Second Harvest of Silicon Valley addresses food insecurity in the Bay Area

By Daisy Ding  Staff Writer While the Bay Area is one considered one of the most advanced areas in the country, many residents are struggling to put food on the table. Jeremy Loader, an employee of the Second Harvest of Silicon Valley, believes this is a very serious issue. “Roughly one in four Silicon Valley residents are financially at risk

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Food insecurity in the Bay Area rises, leaving lasting impacts on residents

By Daisy Ding Staff Writer Food is a basic necessity that provides nutrition and sustains the existence of all human beings; however, the prevalence of food insecurity in the Bay Area has left many struggling to obtain reliable access to sufficient quantities of nutritious food. Food security, as defined by the USDA, is the “consistent access to enough food for

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“Food wars!: Shokugeki No Soma” is worth your time

By Jae-Lyn Miranda Staff Writer This anime/manga series has everybody’s mouth watering. “Food wars!: Shokugeki No Soma” is a Japanese shōnen manga series made by Yuto Tsukuda and illustrated by Shun Saeki. This anime was produced and directed by J.C. Staff and Yoshitomo Yonetani to become a Japanese television series (anime). [SPOILERS AHEAD] This show takes place in Japan featuring

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Restaurants impact the Sunnyvale community

By Ibrahim Ayub, Alan Rivera and Michael Stavnitser Staff Writers Once entering a Sunnyvale restaurant, you see colorful walls with paintings on them. You can smell the food being cooked. You will see employees cooking, taking orders, and smiling. In this article, you will be reading about the following restaurants: Speedy Tacos, Starbird Chicken, The Cheesesteak Shop and Vitality Bowls.

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Students sample and review local cuisine

By Sanam Daoudi and Jasmin Mendoza Staff Writers We went to various food establishments at Westfield Oakridge Mall in San Jose to try different foods and review restaurants. The distinct factors in our ratings were the flavor of the cuisine and the quality of customer service. On the first day, we ordered a cheeseburger and an oreo milkshake from Smashburger. We also purchased

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Wellness and Movement helps Summit Tahoma stay healthy

By Will Butler Staff Writer Now, more than ever, students of all ages are eating unhealthy diets, and that has caused an obesity epidemic in America.  A new course at Summit Tahoma, which was introduced during the second round of Expeditions, is Wellness and Movement, taught by Danielle Redlin. The course is focused on teaching good eating habits, learning about certain

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