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Latitude Episode 22: A Startup Solution for a Food Desert

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Food deserts are prevalent across the country and Buffalo is no exception. This week on the Latitude podcast, brought to you by KeyBank, we talk with Allison DeHonney, founder of Urban Fruits and Veggies.

This urban farm startup started in a vacant lot on Buffalo’s east side and now has plans to expand into a facility compromised of 42 vacant lots, making it one of the largest urban farms. Learn how Allison and her team of three did it and what they’re hoping to do for the residents of Buffalo looking for quality food ingredients.


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