Ray Carroll, center, and William Bradford, left, both of Raleigh, get some help loading crates of milk onto the back of their truck from Riley Mart store manager Sam Sammour near Wendell. A proposed grant program would put fresh fruits and vegetables in corner stores located in “food deserts.”
Ray Carroll, center, and William Bradford, left, both of Raleigh, get some help loading crates of milk onto the back of their truck from Riley Mart store manager Sam Sammour near Wendell. A proposed grant program would put fresh fruits and vegetables in corner stores located in “food deserts.” Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com
Ray Carroll, center, and William Bradford, left, both of Raleigh, get some help loading crates of milk onto the back of their truck from Riley Mart store manager Sam Sammour near Wendell. A proposed grant program would put fresh fruits and vegetables in corner stores located in “food deserts.” Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com
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NC House backs food desert program to put produce in corner stores

May 21, 2015 5:14 PM

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