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Plum marmalade from the heart: Hungarian grandmas' way of charity
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21 September 2018
On 21 September 2018 Reuters reported:
The secret of the best plum marmalade is in the heart, according to a group of Hungarian grandmothers who gather each September to cook huge pots of it to raise money for the poorest families in their village. Zsuzsanna Nagy, 65, started the charity project after winning two plum marmalade contests in her village of Bordany in southern Hungary.
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