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16 maltatoday | WEDNESDAY • 1 FEBRUARY 2023 NEWS ACROSS 1) Ear-related 6) French military cap 10) Nonstick kitchen spray 13) Pipe-unclogging brand 14) "Expletive deleted" sound 15) Air hero 16) Significant other 18) Inform on the mob 19) Outside the lab, say 20) Port near Gibraltar 22) AKC category 23) Soul singer Cooke 24) Online 'zine 26) Citrus-flavored soda 31) Like pieces in a kit 35) Cyclotron bit 36) Art deco great 37) One to vie with 38) Come-___ (lures) 39) Edgar who painted balle - rinas 40) Birthstone for many Libras 41) Female rabbit 42) Attacks from all sides 43) Publisher of author- fi- nanced books 46) Marine One rider (Abbr.) 47) Fleur-de-___ 48) Emissions-monitoring org. 51) ___ pork (Chinese dish) 54) Fortified Portuguese wines 56) Half a sawbuck 57) 1962 hit for Bobby "Boris" Pickett 60) Senate vote 61) Often-quoted line 62) Take a sip of 63) Curator's concern 64) ___-do-well 65) Lipstick mishap DOWN 1) Fess up to 2) Heavenly prefix 3) Like Seattle's climate 4) Alamo capturer Santa _ 5) One in need of salvation 6) Abstract artist Paul 7) Extra-wide, on a shoebox 8) Dispenser candy 9) Emetic drug 10) Cowpoke's pal 11) Trendy berry 12) French city on the Mo - selle 14) Myanmar, formerly 17) A bit less than a liter 21) Is in sync 24) Ids' complements 25) All chess pieces (even the queen!) 27) San Fran gridder 28) Twist the arm of 29) ASAP, in the ER 30) Pianist Dame Myra ___ 31) Alta. or Ont. 32) Co-host of Strahan 33) "Mrs. Bridge" author ___ S. Connell 34) Muslim leader 38) Klutz's cry 39) Napoleons, bombes, etc. 41) Henna rinse, e.g. 42) Oft-forgotten part of a 45 44) "The buck stops here" president 45) Tickle pink 48) Wipe away 49) Shells, but not BBs 50) "My Name is __ Lev" 51) Yucatan dweller 52) Ride-requesting app 53) Do some ushering 54) Roman Cath. title 55) Mosque leader 58) "To a ..." poem 59) Dundee denial F Solution to last week's crossword The answers to today's crossword will be published in next week's Midweek edition Weather Partly cloudy Visibility Good Wind North force 3 becoming West Northwest force 3 to 4 Sea Moderate becoming slight to moderate TODAY TOMORROW Crossword WEATHER PARTLY CLOUDY ISOLATED SHOWERS 16 0 / 8 0 15 0 / 8 0 FEELS LIKE 15 0 FEELS LIKE 13 0 SUPERMARKET chain Lidl looks to ex- pand its product range in order to pro- mote a more "mindful and sustainable way of living". "How we eat has an enormous impact on our health and the environment. That's why Lidl has now adopted an international package of measures de- signed to support conscious nutrition: by developing its assortment and com- munication, the fresh food discounter aims to make it easier for customers to make conscious purchase decisions for healthy, sustainable products in the fu- ture," the supermarket chain said. By 2025, Lidl will consistently increase the proportion of plant-based sources of protein in its assortment – includ- ing by expanding its range of vegan products, such as the "Vemondo" own brand. It will also be gradually increasing the proportion of whole grains in its own brand items. "Recent studies like the Global Nutrition Report show whole grains are the most important factor when it comes to growing old in good health." The supermarket chain will also be setting standards on the marketing of items for consumption by children. From January 2023, with the excep- tion of promotional items at Christmas, Easter, and Halloween, Lidl will grad- ually no longer advertise any foods to children that are high in saturated fatty acids, sugar, or salt. "In taking this action, Lidl is follow- ing the recommendation made by the World Health Organization (WHO). The discounter will also promote the marketing of a healthy and sustainable diet for children." Lidl Malta Ltd. opened its first three stores in Malta in April 2008 and has since expanded its network to 10 out- lets. Lidl to phase out sugar and fatty food marketing to children in supermarkets

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