A Comprehensive Guide to Plant-Based Milks and Their Benefits 10 Best Whiskies for Irish Coffee Ice cream, you scream, we all scream for improving the quality of life for cancer patients and providing care and education for children and families!OK, that may not be a very catchy jingle, but it is a fun way to describe the partnership between the Brees Dream Foundation and So Delicious Dairy Free. The Brees Dream Foundation is a nonprofit organization run by New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees and his philanthropist wife, Brittany; and So Delicious Dairy Free is an Oregon-based food company that makes all sorts of tasty dairy-free products — including frozen desserts.To date, the Brees Dream Foundation has given more than $22 million to charities and schools, and they’re about to give a bunch more. So Delicious Dairy Free has pledged 0.75% of their frozen dessert sales during July and August to the foundation, with a minimum uncapped donation of $75,000.Related: How About Some Homemade No-Churn Ice Cream?Like millions of other Americans, Drew and Brittany Brees are allergic to dairy, so this partnership makes a great deal of sense. Drew and Brittany Brees also partnered with So Delicious Dairy Free back in 2012 to help folks with food allergies and sensitivities discover healthy, delicious foods.And So Delicious Dairy Free definitely falls in the “delicious” column. Among their many dessert offerings are their new line of cashew milk frozen dessert, coconut milk frozen desserts, and the world’s only dairy-free, gluten-free cookie dough frozen dessert. Drew, Brittany, and their three boys swear by the stuff. We’re not saying these frozen desserts will help you win the Super Bowl, but they couldn’t hurt your chances.At The Manual, we’re not shy about our love for animal products — but neither are we hostile to those who go the vegan, naturally sweetened, gluten-free, dairy-free, non-GMO route. Whether you have a dairy allergy or are just looking to mix things up with your summer desserts, So Delicious Dairy Free is a good way to go. Indulging in dessert is rarely associated with charitable acts; this is your big chance! London Opens World’s First Cheese Conveyor Belt Restaurant Editors’ Recommendations Easy 3-Ingredient Cocktails You Can Master The Best Drinks to Pair With Your Favorite Food Shows
“Moral outrage is not going to stop the traffickers,” UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Executive Director Antonio Maria Costa said in a speech in New York last night. “We need to change their risk and return balance, lowering their incentives to trade and increasing the threat of retribution.“That means less demand for the products and services of exploited people: no cheap labour-intensive goods, no sex holidays, no conflict diamonds or pearls, no free toxic waste disposal, no inexpensive home services,” he added.Mr. Costa urged UN Member States to ensure that a major conference on human trafficking in Abu Dhabi in March produces concrete results to help end the trade in human beings. Around 1,000 representatives from government, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and other bodies will attend what is expected to be the largest-ever conference on human trafficking.The Government of the United Arab Emirates will host the Abu Dhabi Global Initiative to End Trafficking in Persons from 26-28 March, with UNODC the support.Mr Costa stressed the trade in human beings for exploitation in forced labour or the sex trade was thriving because it was lucrative and firm action is needed to curb demand. He urged all Member States to implement the UN Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children.The March meeting is part of the global momentum building against trafficking in persons. “Greater attention to this modern form of slavery is spurring people and States to act,” Mr. Costa said.“There have been conferences that have changed the world’s views on development assistance, the conditions of women, or the danger of the AIDS pandemic. So I urge you to attend and propose concrete initiatives to make the Abu Dhabi meeting the anti-slavery counterpart of these successful events.”Among the expected outcomes is the establishment of a clearing-house for internationally comparable data on trafficking in persons. “At the moment we all are in a statistical fog,” Mr. Costa said.