NEIGHBORHOODS IN SYRACUSE and other communities in New York without adequate access to fresh food now stand to benefit from the New York Healthy Food/Healthy Communities Initiative. Patterned after the highly successful Fresh Food Financial Initiative in Pennsylvania, the Healthy Food/Healthy Communities Initiative has been seeded with $10 million in state funding. The Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF), with an office in New York City, is the lead program administrator, and is partnering ...

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