Co-ops bring affordable produce to St. Louis neighborhoods

07/31/2013 | St. Louis Beacon

The Community Helpings Co-op, part of the local Fit City initiative, brings affordable, healthy produce to people living in areas of St. Louis that lack access to fresh foods. Deborah Dalton, a member of the Central Baptist Church co-op, said she lives near the church, so the program is convenient and inexpensive and "there is no excuse for me not to have fresh fruits and vegetables.”

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