NEW YORK — Mayor Michael Bloomberg, together with City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, has proposed legislation that would promote fresh fruit and vegetable consumption in designated low-income neighborhoods throughout New York City. The Green Cart proposal, recommended by the Food Policy Task Force, would increase the number of food carts that sell fresh fruits and vegetables only. The carts will be located in neighborhoods throughout the five boroughs where access to fresh fruits and ...

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