Charity creates ready-to-eat meals for needy this Ramadan

Local charity Free Food For All founder Nizar Mohamed Shariff, 48. The charity is aiming to help the needy - along with those who may not be physically able to cook - this Ramadan, by distributing a wider variety of halal food.
Local charity Free Food For All founder Nizar Mohamed Shariff, 48. The charity is aiming to help the needy - along with those who may not be physically able to cook - this Ramadan, by distributing a wider variety of halal food.ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI

SINGAPORE - For many people, fish briyani, seafood fried rice and buttermilk prawns are affordable coffee shop meals.

But for the needy, they are luxuries and a far cry from their regular dinners such as biscuits and instant noodles

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