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A slice of loaf sales to help feed kids

It's a way to get your fibre fix – and help hungry children.

Cobs Bread is partnering with Breakfast Club of Canada, a non-profit organization that supports school breakfast programs  in more than 1,200 schools.

An estimated one in seven children are at risk of going to school hungry, according to Breakfast Club.

Between Sept. 11 and 24, Cobs Bread in Clayton Heights is donating $1 from every "Higher Fibre Loaf" sold to the cause, feeding one child breakfast per loaf.

The Cobs Bread is located at 188 Street and Fraser Highway, and it's open daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.



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