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Could Urban Growers Market their Offerings under a Food as Medicine Banner?

Touch the Soil News #2047 (photo – Vegetables – Courtesy of USDA)

One of the larger Food Banks in America is the Tarrant Area Food Bank, located in Fort Worth, Texas.  Serving a metropolitan county area of 2.2 million people.  Recently, the Food Bank was awarded a multi-year grant to provide food-as-medicine meals.  It took quite an effort to establish, but reveals the interest growing in the food-as-medicine movement.  Might this approach work for an urban farm that established a “Fresh Produce-As-Medicine” platform – selling a group of vegetables (with recipes) that compliment as opposed to just selling produce by the single item? You can read the full story here:

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