CHAMBERSBURG — About 150 local families took advantage of a pop-up produce market at Keystone Health’s Cochran Professional Center Thursday.
Everyone who came to the makeshift “market” got a bag of fresh produce and fruit, delivered with a smile and no questions asked.
Keystone gave away 1,500 pounds of fresh fruit and produce in two hours that morning.
Boxes of produce were delivered to Keystone by Hungry Harvest, an organization who “rescues” and redistributes food that would otherwise be discarded or thrown away.
“We believe no produce should go to waste & no person should go hungry.
We won’t stop until that belief becomes reality, the organization says on it’s website.