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FRESHFARM's Bernadine Prince says the organization needs $20,000 to launch Double Dollars at the Dupont Circle Farmers Market.
Rebecca Sheir
FRESHFARM's Bernadine Prince says the organization needs $20,000 to launch Double Dollars at the Dupont Circle Farmers Market.

Dupont Circle was the site of FRESHFARM Markets' very first producers-only farmers market. Rebecca Sheir visits the flagship market with FRESHFARM's Bernadine Prince, to hear about the "firsts" shoppers will see as spring kicks in, from longer hours... to more space... to on-site services by Compost Cab... to -- provided FRESHFARM can raise $20,000 by month's end -- Double Dollars for low-income shoppers.

[Music: "Fresh Feeling" by The Eeels from Souljacker]

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