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Now you can buy fresh produce at TTC subway stations

Toronto's subway system is about to get a little greener. That's because the TTC - along with Toronto Public Health and the local non-profit FoodShare - is launching Grab the Good pop-up produce markets at three subway stations today.

The Grab the Good markets will open twice a week from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Downsview, Kipling and Victoria Park, writes Metro News. Hopefully, this initiative will spread to other stations too.

Instead of making extra stops to go grocery shopping, it'll now be easier for some commuters to pick up nutritious food on the go.

Photo by Gadjo Sevilla via the blogTO Flickr pool.


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