Produce truck offers fresh food on the go

  DETROIT -- In a city where grocery stores are far outnumbered by fast-food restaurants, liquor and convenience stores, the nonprofit Central Detroit Christian Community Development Corp. has developed a fresh idea: Bring healthy choices to residents.

 Peaches & Greens, run by the nonprofit, winds through local neighborhoods five days a week selling affordable produce to families and individuals who can't make it to the grocery stores.

 "People will buy it," the group's executive director Lisa Johanon said in Tuesday's Associated Press article. "We've seen the stereotype that urban communities won't eat healthy, and we're seeing that isn't true."

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