Local grocery store teams up with Three O’Clock Project to provide food for families affected by Ida

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Sprouts Farmers Market

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – The parking lot in front of Sprouts Farmers Market was buzzing on Wednesday afternoon.

Members of the Sprouts grocery store and Three O’Clock Project gathered to help families in need after Hurricane Ida.

With the help of the Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation, “15 pallets of fresh fruit, veggies and child-friendly snacks,” were made available for this cause.

On Wednesday, the team finished picking up the remaining pallets.

According to Sprouts, the “Three O’Clock Project is feeding 2,000 children each week as the need remains while neighborhoods await power and rebuild.”

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