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GroGood Campaign aims to provide homegrown vegetables to the needy  (United States)

"The Scotts Miracle-Gro Co., Plant a Row for the Hungry, and Feeding America joined forces to provide fresh produce to the hungry this summer and to ask Americans to take the GroGood pledge: Grow a garden for the greater good. To launch the GroGood pledge campaign, ScottsMiracle-Gro will donate 1 million pounds of produce and call on Americans to help double that donation by pledging to grow and donate an additional 1 million pounds of fresh produce to help feed those at risk for hunger. ScottsMiracle-Gro, along with its partners, Keep America Beautiful, Garden Writers Association, Plant a Row for the Hungry, the National Gardening Association and Franklin Park Conservatory, will install community gardens in cities across the United States to encourage and support participation in the GroGood program. The produce grown in these gardens will be donated to local food agencies and soup kitchens."

 
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