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Nonprofit helps its members put fresh local food on tables

By Cary Jenkins

This article was published June 17, 2018 at 2:48 a.m.

Candace McCallister heads up the Green Groceries program at Christ Church. The nonprofit buys fresh seasonal food from local farmers and gives to families in need.

Green Groceries hosts a fresh food pickup every week during spring and summer. Recently, fresh strawberries, lettuce and beets were available to clien...

On a recent Tuesday, a large wooden table was piled high with a beautifully arranged display of fresh-picked organic vegetables, fruit, cartons of eggs and local farm-raised beef and pork. It was pickup day for clients of Green Groceries at the Gallery at Christ Church's Parish House.

Green Groceries hosts a fresh food pickup every week during spring and summer. Recently, fresh strawberries, lettuce and beets were available to clien...

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