Help Sought To Fix Food Desert In Minneapolis

Jul 11, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Patch.com

Would you believe that, in the city of foodies and local agriculture, just blocks from one of Minneapolis' first farmers markets, there's a neighborhood that can't get day-to-day access to affordable, fresh fruits and vegetables? Look no further than the Bryant neighborhood , just across the freeway from the heart of Kingfield.

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CRASSUS

Oconto, WI

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Don't the local gas stations take food stamps and sell bananas? Problem solved. An oasis in the desert.
Hillary Shaw

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Jul 12, 2012
 
More on food deserts at www.fooddeserts.org
Cherry on a Spoon

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Mpls is helpless.

Mpls is helpless.

Mpls is classic entitlement mentality Nanny state.

SS Stomped.
Snappy

Minneapolis, MN

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Nanny Nanny I'm hungery!!

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