Healthy Bodegas Initiative To Increase Fresh Food Access In NYC

Healthy Bodegas Initiative To Increase Fresh Food Access In NYC

An initiative to provide fresh food to all parts of New York state is picking up steam, thanks to some local organizations and fruit farms.

Naresh Kumar
  • 14 june 2010

While New York City may have an abundance of resources for its residents, one thing it lacks is fresh, healthy food in its bodegas, those convenient, round-the-clock shops. To rectify this, city officials started the Healthy Bodegas Initiative a few years ago to increase access to fresh food and improve health of their citizens through its bodegas, for which it teamed up with several bodegas and local organizations.

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