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Shacolas group extends free school breakfasts

THE Nicos and Elpida Shacolas Foundation, in cooperation with the Shacolas group, will continue to give out free breakfasts to primary school children until the end of the 2013-2014 academic year.

“Mr Nicos Shacolas’ offer had been until the end of December of this year but he decided to extend the offer into 2014 taking into consideration the increased needs of children and in response to the Education Ministry’s request,” a Shacolas group statement said.

The breakfasts are prepared with fresh ingredients, adequately preserved and delivered daily to Nicosia, Limassol, Larnaca and Paphos.

They arrive every morning promptly at children’s schools with up to 2,800 breakfasts delivered daily according to the statement.

“The Shacolas group would like to express its satisfaction because through its cooperation with the Education Ministry, its offer towards needy children is being effectively implemented,” the statement added.

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