A selection of peppers, carrots and salads are available at the Save-A-Lot grocery store that opened in 2015 in a shopping center on Martin Luther King Blvd. at the intersection with Raleigh Blvd. It brings fresh, healthy food to a so-called "food desert", unrelated to the current grant program for rural markets.
A selection of peppers, carrots and salads are available at the Save-A-Lot grocery store that opened in 2015 in a shopping center on Martin Luther King Blvd. at the intersection with Raleigh Blvd. It brings fresh, healthy food to a so-called "food desert", unrelated to the current grant program for rural markets. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
A selection of peppers, carrots and salads are available at the Save-A-Lot grocery store that opened in 2015 in a shopping center on Martin Luther King Blvd. at the intersection with Raleigh Blvd. It brings fresh, healthy food to a so-called "food desert", unrelated to the current grant program for rural markets. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Fresh produce for rural marts funded through grants

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