Volunteers distribute boxes of food in New York

John Botti and Christina Clark saw reports of farmers unable to ship crops, so they rented a truck to help get food to the needy.
0:33 | 04/30/20

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And so many new home of reach out to us after our reporting and farmers who really had no choice but to get rid of aging produce and milk. Well tonight more results for you from the farms to families in need volunteers just today distributing boxes of food including 43000. Pounds of potatoes. The potatoes delivered from a farm in Idaho to 800 families here in New York. The mission the brainchild of John body and Christina Clarke who saw those reports of farmers forced to dump those crops. Because they simply couldn't ship the products so they ought to potatoes themselves and rented a truck there on a mission.

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