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Efforts underway to help Beaufort County residents find health foods

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WASHINGTON, N.C. - People in Beaufort County might have an easier time finding healthy foods soon.
     
The Carolina Farm Stewardship Association teamed up with a planning organization.
     
They're trying to improve the health and overall quality of life for people in rural areas in North Carolina.
     
They say Beaufort County residents face a number of challenges when it comes to accessing healthy, fresh, local foods.
     
The groups say they have more than a dozen projects underway in the county to strengthen community access to local and healthy foods and help educate the community about healthy eating.
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