Clemson Extension working to eliminate ‘food deserts’ through Feeding Innovation program

Clemson Extension working to eliminate ‘food deserts’ through Feeding Innovation program

A report by the USDA revealed that more than 1 million low-income South Carolinians live in food deserts, areas more than one mile from a grocery store that have limited access to other outlets for fresh foods. Clemson Extension is working to address that crisis by partnering on the Feeding Innovation program, designed to support entrepreneurs interested in developing or expanding healthy food enterprises in underserved areas of the state.
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Clemson Extension working to eliminate ‘food deserts’ through Feeding Innovation program

Talk about South Carolina!