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Veggies & Vaccines: IU Health adds free flu shots to mobile produce delivery

When Indiana University Health's Garden on the Go(r) mobile produce delivery truck makes its rounds this week, it will be supplying more than just...

Veggies & Vaccines: IU Health adds free flu shots to mobile produce delivery

When Indiana University Health's Garden on the Go(r) mobile produce delivery truck makes its rounds this week, it will be supplying more than just...

‘Garden on the Go’ expands route, surpasses 5,000 sales

Garden on the Go, Indiana University Health and Green B.E.A.N. Delivery's mobile produce truck, is on the move again, this time expanding its route...

‘Garden on the Go’ expands route, surpasses 5,000 sales

Garden on the Go, Indiana University Health and Green B.E.A.N. Delivery's mobile produce truck, is on the move again, this time expanding its route...

‘Garden on the Go’

For Indianapolis residents without easy access to fresh produce, there's a new project that will bring fruits and veggies closer to home. Garden on...
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