COLUMBIA — Other Unite 4 Healthy Neighborhoods projects aim to make healthy food more accessible and create a food policy council. While the accessibility team has moved forward and doubled the amount of produce food stamps can buy at the Columbia Farmers Market, the food policy council issue has been put on the back-burner as other efforts take precedence.
Planting the seed: Affordable healthy food
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