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Ann Arbor's Fair Food Network just got $5.2m from Dept of Agriculture to expand healthy food options for those on SNAP benefits, using their "Double Up Food Bucks".

"An Ann Arbor nonprofit will get nearly $5.2 million to help boost the availability of fresh fruits and vegetables for those getting food assistance by expanding a program allowing people to get more for their money at grocery stores and farmers markets, officials said Wednesday." -- David Runk, Associated Press via the Detroit News

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