Bed-Stuy families get free produce

? About 100 low-income families from Bedford-Stuyvesant can now get fresh produce.The initiative is a program by City Harvest and its Brooklyn Mobile Market program.

BROOKLYN - ? About 100 low-income families from Bedford-Stuyvesant can now get fresh produce.

The initiative is a program by City Harvest and its Brooklyn Mobile Market program. All of the food is donated.

The non-profit, which provides food to needy New Yorkers, has been giving away produce twice a month as part of its Mobile Market program to residents of Melrose, in the Bronx, and Stapleton, Staten Island for the past five years.

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