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Posted: Monday, January 7, 2013 5:36 pm | Updated: 10:34 am, Wed Jan 9, 2013.

With the first ring of the cash register, Second Harvest Community Food Bank made history Monday.

The nation’s first nonprofit grocery store — Fresh Start, Your Community Market — opened its doors to St. Joseph residents at Second Harvest, located at 915 Douglas St., in an effort to expand food accessibility, promote healthy nutrition and provide clients with more choices. With Fresh Start, Second Harvest aims to get one step closer to eliminating hunger in Northwest Missouri.

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  • negruvoda posted at 8:04 am on Fri, Oct 18, 2013.

    negruvoda Posts: 42

    I like your grocery store, I often do shopping here. But I don't like that you don't have an aisle only for clothes. I usually buy my baby clothes from http://www.babyfans.com/baby-packers.aspx but when I need something urgently I have to go into town to buy it. It's a waste of my time...you can do a special aisle for clothes and baby items.

     

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