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Neb. opens farmers' market program for seniors

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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Low-income seniors can once again buy fresh food through a farmers' market coupon program. The Nebraska Department of Agriculture says the annual program has begun for the year. The program offers low-income seniors coupons to purchase fruit, vegetables, herbs and honey from state-certified vendors. Department Director Greg Ibach (EYE'-bah) says the program helps more than...

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