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Double Up improves access to fruits and vegetables to help mitigate health impacts of water crisis

Fair Food Network is expanding its Double Up Food Bucks healthy food incentive program in Flint. It will reach more children and families with the nutritious foods needed to limit the effects of lead exposure stemming from the city’s water crisis. 

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Program improves access to fruits and vegetables to help mitigate health impacts of water crisis   ANN ARBOR, Mich. | April 26, 2016 — Fair Food Network announced today it is expanding its Double Up Food Bucks healthy food incentive program in Flint in order to reach more children and families with the nutritious foods needed to limit the effects of lead exposure stemming from the city’s water crisis. The announcement was made during a USDA event at the Flint Farmers’ Market.