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University of Minnesota-Duluth student and Community Partners intern Taylor Holm and Two Harbors Area Food Shelf volunteer Mary Prestidge coordinated the packing and delivery of food to Two Harbors senior citizens last Saturday. The effort, called Health–in–a–­ Box, allows income-eligible seniors to order from a list of healthy foods which are then brought to their homes. Submitted photo.

Health-in-a-box brings food options to seniors

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Last week was the berries! Thirty-seven seniors living in Two Harbors high-rises received deliveries of grocery items and produce (including blueberries) as part of a new program – a collaboration between Community Partners and the Two Harbors Area Food Shelf. Dubbed “Health- in- a- Box,” the initiative is intended to offer nutritious food options to low-income elders.

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