The mobile food market brings new options to Merrimack Valley

The mobile food market brings new options to Merrimack Valley

Food for those who need it, regardless of age. >> Oh yeah, I’m ready to cook. >> It will be cooked with healthy options. In law, they have a new and free mobile food market in the Boys and Girls Club. >> Pinos Dias. >> Managed by age. The name could not be more appropriate for the goal of reaching children through seniors and everyone in between. >> Oh, MUY BUENO. >> Ramona said she thinks the program is very good for helping poor people who need it. Once a month, this collaboration with the larger Boston Food Bank means more than milk, peanut butter, cereal, rice and beans for the 250 people around Merrimack Valley. It also means reaching out to residents who love fresh vegetables and fruits. >> Platano, banana. mango. Yucca. >> Anna is here to volunteer and she will get food too. She said it makes her feel good and makes her feel that she can help others. She’s outdoors now, but she’ll move indoors about once a month throughout fall and winter. >> We’re about to be inside. This way we can make sure we don’t have to be in the rain or snow soon. So, we are very happy and grateful to the Boys and Girls Club. >> And Program Director, Ruth Ortiz, knows this is a very difficult time to not have enough food. >> To be able to help with bloating too. You know everything is very expensive nowadays, so we are trying to fill this gap and help people in the community like MUC

The mobile food market brings new options to Merrimack Valley

A new mobile food market brings new and fresh food options to the people of Merrimack Valley. Lawrence’s Marcear Marcirg said, “Oh yeah, I’m ready to cook. Lawrence’s Ramona Perez said Marcirg will cook with healthy options thanks to a new, free mobile food market at the Boys and Girls Club. She thinks the program is very good for helping poor people who need it.” Oh, Moi Bueno. “Muy bueno para ayudar los pobres, las personas que necesitan,” she said. Once a month, a collaboration with the Greater Boston Food Bank means more than milk, cereal, peanut butter, rice and beans for 250 people around Merrimack Valley. This also means reaching out to residents who love fresh vegetables and fruits. “Platano, banana, mango, yucca,” said volunteer and recipient assistant Anna Mejia. She said, “Sentirme bien y sentir que puedo ayudar a otras personas.” The market is now outdoors, but will move indoors once for fall and winter. This way we can make sure we don’t have to be in the rain or snow soon. said Ruth Ortiz, director of the Food Initiatives Program at AgeSpan. It’s a very difficult time to be without enough food, said Ruth Ortiz. Helps with inflation, as well. You know, everything is very expensive nowadays, so we’re trying to bridge that gap and help people in the community as much as we can,” she said.

A new mobile food market brings new and fresh food options to the people of Merrimack Valley.

“Oh yeah, I’m ready to cook,” said Marcear Marcirg of Lawrence.

Marcirg will cook with healthy options thanks to a new and free mobile food market at the Boys and Girls Club.

It is powered by the agean appropriate name given the agency’s goal to reach children through seniors and everyone in between.

Ramona Perez of Lawrence said she thinks the program is very good for helping poor people who need it.

“Oh, Mui Bueno. Mui Bueno para Iodar los Pubres, right people,” she said.

Once a month, a collaboration with the Great Boston Food Bank means more than milk, cereal, peanut butter, rice and beans for 250 people around Merrimack Valley. It also means reaching out to residents who love fresh vegetables and fruits.

“Platano, banana, mango, yucca,” said volunteer and recipient assistant Anna Mejia.

She said it makes her feel good and makes her feel good about her ability to help others.

She said, “Sentirme bien y sentir que puedo ayudar a otras personas.”

The market is now outdoors, but will move indoors once for fall and winter.

“We’ll be inside. That way we can make sure we don’t have to be in the rain or snow soon. So, we’re very happy and grateful to the Boys and Girls Club,” said Ruth Ortiz, Program Director of Food Initiatives at AgeSpan.

It’s a very difficult time to be without enough food, Ortiz said.

“To be able to help with inflation as well. You know, everything is very expensive nowadays, so we are trying to bridge that gap and help people in the community as much as we can,” she said.

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