Healthy meals for breaking of fast

Lotus’s Malaysia central region store director Thinesh Subramaniam (second from right) and Lotus’s Kota Baru store general manager Koh Siuew Luan (right) handing over donated items to Ustaz Ahmad Syahir Haris (left).

THIS month, Lotus’s Stores (M) Sdn Bhd is providing healthy meals to low-income communities in parts of Peninsular Malaysia.

The hypermarket chain collaborated with Food Aid Foundation to hold a Ramadan cookout, preparing buka puasa meals for hundreds of needy individuals and families in Kota Baru, Kelantan.

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