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Daily Court Reporter - News Farmers’ Markets link older Ohioans to fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables


Farmers’ Markets link older Ohioans to fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables

Ashley Davis MA, RDN, LD, Population Health and Nutrition Manager

August is the month America celebrates our tradition of farmers' markets and the Ohio Department of Aging is no exception. Ohio’s farmers’ markets link older adults to fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables that not only help older adults and the people who care for them maintain a delicious, nutritious diet, but provide so much more.

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Date Published: August 28, 2018


Ohio Department of Aging


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