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Food Access

Elderly people getting vegetables at a FARMacy farmers market.

FARMacy

FARMacy is a weekly program allowing doctors to “prescribe” fresh, healthy, locally grown foods to food-insecure patients with chronic diet-related diseases.

FARMacy By the Numbers
A man in a vest jacket delivers a box of food and supplies while wearing gloves.

Farm to Food Pantry

Farm to Food Pantry supplies pantries with cold storage so they can accept donations of fresh fruits and vegetables.

An FNP nutrition educator administers a CARDIAC screening at an elementary school.

Health in a SNAP

Health in a SNAP provides free dietary counseling and fresh fruits and vegetables to children identified as overweight or obese.

kids "buying" produce with coupon

Kids Farmers Market

Kids Farmers Markets give children the power to choose their own locally grown fruits and vegetables — for free.

A chalkboard at the Capitol Market in Charleston, W.Va. advertises SNAP Stretch.

SNAP Stretch

SNAP Stretch multiplies shoppers buying power at farm stands and farmers markets.