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Last modified: September 5, 2014, 1:31 PM
Crossroads Community Food Network (formerly known as Crossroads Farmers Market) was founded in 2007 to increase access to fresh, healthy, culturally appropriate local foods for the underserved neighborhoods of Takoma Park/Langley Park. Crossroads strives to improve food security in a low-income, ethnically diverse area by creating a just, equitable, local food system that can serve as a replicable model for communities statewide.
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