Daniel Torres, owner of Mercey Springs Produce on Highway 152 in Dos Palos, packages oranges on Thursday Feb. 15, 2017. Major funding cuts to the Supplemental Food Nutrition Program, known as CalFresh in California, in the Trumps administrations proposed budget for next year could negatively impact food assistance organizations in Merced County and people's access to fresh fruits and vegetables.
Daniel Torres, owner of Mercey Springs Produce on Highway 152 in Dos Palos, packages oranges on Thursday Feb. 15, 2017. Major funding cuts to the Supplemental Food Nutrition Program, known as CalFresh in California, in the Trumps administrations proposed budget for next year could negatively impact food assistance organizations in Merced County and people's access to fresh fruits and vegetables. Monica Velez mvelez@mercedsun-star.com
Daniel Torres, owner of Mercey Springs Produce on Highway 152 in Dos Palos, packages oranges on Thursday Feb. 15, 2017. Major funding cuts to the Supplemental Food Nutrition Program, known as CalFresh in California, in the Trumps administrations proposed budget for next year could negatively impact food assistance organizations in Merced County and people's access to fresh fruits and vegetables. Monica Velez mvelez@mercedsun-star.com

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