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Two projects in Detroit aiming to increase access to healthy food & spur economic development receive $75,000

Imagine what it would be like to want an apple, a pear, a banana or carrots, peas, or, yes, even broccoli, and there was no place to get them. That’s what more than 1.8 million Michigan residents, including 300,000 children, face every day, according to the Michigan Good Food Fund. They live in lower‐income communities with limited access to the fruits and vegetables they need to be healthy and avoid serious illnesses such as obesity. Limited access to the right foods goes hand-in-hand with...

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