Food Distribution Continues; 17,000 Boxes Distributed Weekly

Food Distribution Continues; 17,000 Boxes Distributed Weekly

In an effort to help ensure that the residents of Baltimore City have access to fresh produce during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Food Policy and Planning Division continues to implement the COVID-19 Emergency Food Response. 

Currently, 17,000 produce boxes are being distributed to families across the city weekly! We have now distributed over 1.5 million total food boxes, 1.2 million of which have been produce boxes. It is important that we give a special thanks to our 70 plus community distribution partners who have committed to distributing produce boxes throughout our ongoing COVID-19 response. 

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