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Kansas City health changes course on homeless picnics


November 14, 2018

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Kansas City health officials allowed a group of volunteers to feed the homeless in parks across the city a week after some health inspectors threw home-cooked chili, sandwiches and soup into trash cans and poured bleach on some of the food.

The inspectors destroyed the food in a city park on Nov. 4, saying the food prepared by Free Hot Soup Kansas City was a health risk because it wasn't prepared in licensed or approved kitchens and inspectors couldn't be sure it was prepared at the proper temperatures, The Kansas City Star reported .

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