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Food Pantry Produce Donations - Grower Information

Angela Shaw , Catherine Strohbehn , Janell Meyer

Donations from local fruit and vegetable growers are important to food pantries. This publication provides information to growers about safe on-farm food practices and information to food pantry workers about how to keep donated produce safe.

Pages / Length: 2
Publication Date: 07/2013
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