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Pinellas groups share surplus produce

From staff reports
Published:   |   Updated: November 22, 2013 at 09:55 PM

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CLEARWATER — Volunteers working with the Farm Share program gave away fresh fruits and vegetables Friday at three Pinellas County social service agencies.

The Homestead-based nonprofit organization collects surplus produce from farmers and gives it to soup kitchens, homeless shelters, churches and other organizations feeding the hungry in Florida.

Friday, Farm Share distributed free produce at the Citizens Alliance for Progress in Tarpon Springs and the Willa Cather Health and Wellness Center and Highpoint Neighborhood Family Center in Clearwater.

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