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Recipe report: Packed for portability

With coronavirus restrictions still in place, portable foods continue to be in high demand at schools, colleges, healthcare operations and office buildings. These five recipes lend themselves well to grab and go, takeout and delivery.

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Use versatile ingredients for easy grab-and-go meals

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