Bed-Stuy residents make healthy choice at mobile market

Residents in Bedford-Stuyvesant are in for some healthy eating, with a City Harvest mobile market visiting the area. Volunteers helped hand out hundreds of pounds of food to a neighborhood targeted for its high rate of diabetes and other medical issues. City Harvest officials say they have come to this Brooklyn enclave twice a month since the program started. Consumers who took home food today also received lists of healthy recipes.Bed-Stuy families get free produce

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