N.Y. Funds Food Access Program

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),

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 partner

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