A selection of fresh fruits is shown July 15, 2015, on the Fresh Stop bus, a mobile market in Eatonville, Fla. The Fresh Stop brings fresh fruits and vegetables to communities without supermarkets. The nation’s largest grocery chains have built new supermarkets in only a fraction of the neighborhoods where they’re needed most, according to an analysis of federal food stamp data by The Associated Press.
A selection of fresh fruits is shown July 15, 2015, on the Fresh Stop bus, a mobile market in Eatonville, Fla. The Fresh Stop brings fresh fruits and vegetables to communities without supermarkets. The nation’s largest grocery chains have built new supermarkets in only a fraction of the neighborhoods where they’re needed most, according to an analysis of federal food stamp data by The Associated Press. John Raoux The Associated Press file, 2015
A selection of fresh fruits is shown July 15, 2015, on the Fresh Stop bus, a mobile market in Eatonville, Fla. The Fresh Stop brings fresh fruits and vegetables to communities without supermarkets. The nation’s largest grocery chains have built new supermarkets in only a fraction of the neighborhoods where they’re needed most, according to an analysis of federal food stamp data by The Associated Press. John Raoux The Associated Press file, 2015

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