Officials try to get fresh produce to food stamp recipients

The Minnesota Department of Human Services will consider Friday how to best use recently received federal money to put more fresh produce on the tables of the state’s food stamp recipients.
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The Minnesota Department of Human Services will consider Friday how to best use recently received federal money to put more fresh produce on the tables of the state’s food stamp recipients.

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