Hamper

Dear S1-03,
I would like to ask everyone to give your ideas on the following questions:
What do the old folks need on daily ?
What do old folks eat that are healthy?
What things to avoid buying during shopping?
What are the chinese new year goods that we can buy for the old folks?
What is the budget for the hamper?
Please give your response as a comment

Regards,
Loynes Poh

16 comments:

  1. Meals containing starchy carbohydrates such as wholewheat pasta, brown rice, potatoes, couscous or other cereals.

    Protein, from lean meats, fish, eggs and pulses.

    Five portions of fruit and vegetables a day. This can include fruit juice and dried or tinned fruit.

    accessories: toothbrushes and toothpaste maybe (not the disposable ones)

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  2. avoid buying food and tidbits that are high in salt content. ( eg. nuts, unsalted)

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  3. Get oatmeal, cereal, crackers(low salt), milo powder, nuts(unsalted), tuna(low salt), dried fruits, brown rice, toothbrush and tooth paste.

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  4. Some canned food will be good cos of their long shelf life and maybe no nuts in case their allergic and soft foods like pasta.

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  5. should we bring spices? eg. chili,pepper,sugar

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  6. they want to see their families. they will appreciate the hamper though

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  7. Pineapple tarts or other chinese new year snacks

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  8. @marcus i dun think fish can last long n it smells anyway

    how about love letters for chinese new year snacks?

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  9. The budget is $110 for the hamper.

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  10. where should we go to buy the stuff

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  11. Please do not buy the stuff now shopping list is to be confirmed.Please give $5 to Deming for the hamper.

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  12. Try to find food with more calcium. Can we get things other than food like daily necessities. I volunteer to do the shopping!

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  13. shopping will probably be done by NE and SL

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