A selection of fresh fruits is available on the Fresh Stop bus, a mobile market in Eatonville, Fla. The Fresh Stop brings fresh fruits and vegetables to communities with no supermarkets. There will be more of these in convenience stores if proposed regulations become law.
A selection of fresh fruits is available on the Fresh Stop bus, a mobile market in Eatonville, Fla. The Fresh Stop brings fresh fruits and vegetables to communities with no supermarkets. There will be more of these in convenience stores if proposed regulations become law. John Raoux AP file, 2015
A selection of fresh fruits is available on the Fresh Stop bus, a mobile market in Eatonville, Fla. The Fresh Stop brings fresh fruits and vegetables to communities with no supermarkets. There will be more of these in convenience stores if proposed regulations become law. John Raoux AP file, 2015

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