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Fresh Truck: a mobile market bringing healthy food to communities who need it the most

An early morning hum of activity buzzes through the About Fresh headquarters in Roxbury every day as local workers stock their bright green buses with eggplant, garlic, bananas and other produce. The company, created by Northeastern graduates Josh Trautwein and Annika Morgan, began in 2013 with a mission to expand access to healthy, affordable food. The mobile market, called Fresh Trucks, makes stops in several Boston neighborhoods, selling fruits and vegetables at below-market prices.

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