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GREENSBORO — When Out of the Garden Project started about 12 years ago, the founders never imagined one day they would be serving thousands of people in need of fresh food because of a pandemic.

“We went from six families to this,” said Don Milholin, who started the nonprofit with his wife, Kristy, to bring food to residents in the city’s food deserts.

The nonprofit has grown over the years to 18 neighborhood mobile produce markets, but when the coronavirus forced people of out jobs, Milholin knew the need for fresh food to struggling families would increase.

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