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  • Some of Merced's poorest neighborhoods struggle to get fresh food. This will help

    Health officials and advocates in Merced County are heading a program, Farm to Store, that puts locally grown fruits and vegetables in convenience stores around South Merced that otherwise wouldn't sell fresh produce. mvelez@mercedsun-star.com

Health officials and advocates in Merced County are heading a program, Farm to Store, that puts locally grown fruits and vegetables in convenience stores around South Merced that otherwise wouldn't sell fresh produce. mvelez@mercedsun-star.com sjansen@mercedsunstar.com
Health officials and advocates in Merced County are heading a program, Farm to Store, that puts locally grown fruits and vegetables in convenience stores around South Merced that otherwise wouldn't sell fresh produce. mvelez@mercedsun-star.com sjansen@mercedsunstar.com

Some of Merced’s poorest neighborhoods struggle to get fresh food. This will help

June 29, 2017 4:02 PM