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A converted bus provides low-income neighborhoods with fresh produce

Every big city has plenty of neighborhoods that are often ignored. Many low-income neighborhoods have residents who find it difficult to put food on their tables despite working full-time jobs or multiple jobs at once. In such places, having access to an affordable source of fresh vegetables and fruits is a godsend. One good example is Old Meadow Lane in Lawrence Heights, Ontario. In that neighborhood, there are quite a few overpriced grocery chains.

>>A converted bus provides low-income neighborhoods with fresh produce

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