Imagine you get a basket of groceries you need for your family, walk up to the counter, and instead of telling you a price, they say, “Thank you!” Have a nice day ! without asking a single penny.
It’s not an April Fool’s joke, it’s a reality thanks to our friends at Northwest Harvest.
As KIMA reported, this Northwest Harvest Distribution Center is at 20th and Fruitvale.
Fresh produce, items you would see on the shelves of any grocery store – all available and free as needed.
They say you won’t need proof of income for anything either. If you need groceries, they have you covered.
This building is still under construction and unfortunately it won’t be open until next spring. But it is something to look forward to.
Find out more on the KIMA website.
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