Nonprofit works towards healthier community with fresh foods

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A local nonprofit is helping the Bronx through a healthy eating program, all while getting children involved.

It is all part of the Children's Aid Go! Healthy program, and the Farmer's Market for Kids program.

The nonprofit says they bring fresh products to three different spots in the borough, including Fannie Lou Hamer High School and CS 211

The produce-packed bags community members take home come fresh from farms in upstate New York and cost $10.

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