Feeding America

Lincoln Fresh

Lincoln Fresh…Where healthy is FREE!

The Lincoln Fresh produce truck travels to 15 sites in Lincoln, distributing fresh fruits and vegetables at each stop. All are welcome to visit the truck to select from a variety of produce items. No documents or ID needed. For the safety of all, Lincoln Fresh will be canceled or postponed during inclement weather. This schedule will be updated as needed. Please check back regularly for updates.

 

To print or save schedules to your device, click on the link below:

June Lincoln Fresh Schedule.

July Lincoln Fresh Schedule.

Full Lincoln Fresh Schedule.

 

 

If you have visited any of our Lincoln Fresh stops, we’d love to hear from you. We welcome your suggestions on how we can improve this service. Or if you’d care to provide a testimonial on how Lincoln Fresh made a difference for you or your family, we’d be grateful for your comments. You can help us demonstrate the impact of Lincoln Fresh when we apply for grants and other financial support to keep the Lincoln Fresh Truck stocked and on the move. Submit your comments by email.

 

 


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