IU Health’s Garden on the Go™ Program

For those who haven't already heard about it, IU Health has a great program that brings fresh, affordable produce to the Marion County communities.

From the website:
Indiana University Health’s Garden on the Go™ is an effort to improve access to affordable fruits and vegetables in "food deserts" throughout Marion County. A "food desert" is defined as "an area that lacks access to affordable, healthy foods." Learn more about why fruits and vegetables are so important to your health.

How It Works

Garden on the Go™ operates Wednesday-Saturday, year-round, stopping at the same locations and times each week. Green B.E.A.N. Delivery has been contracted to manage the truck operations.

Produce comes from local and regional sources and features a variety of fruits and vegetables. Cash, credit cards and SNAP/EBT are accepted. Anyone is welcome to shop on the truck.

If you live in the area and would like to view the schedule for Garden on the Go™ , click here. You will find a lot of information about the program, as well as a detailed schedule.

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