Daniel Lomayesua, 21, assists by carrying fresh produce from a food truck to the St. Francis of Assisi church, background. The northern San Diego County seniors program created by three organizations aims to relieve senior poverty by supplying fresh produce, an inexpensive healthy lunch and camaraderie at this Vista church.
Daniel Lomayesua, 21, assists by carrying fresh produce from a food truck to the St. Francis of Assisi church, background. The northern San Diego County seniors program created by three organizations aims to relieve senior poverty by supplying fresh produce, an inexpensive healthy lunch and camaraderie at this Vista church. Daniel A. Anderson Special to The Sacramento Bee
Daniel Lomayesua, 21, assists by carrying fresh produce from a food truck to the St. Francis of Assisi church, background. The northern San Diego County seniors program created by three organizations aims to relieve senior poverty by supplying fresh produce, an inexpensive healthy lunch and camaraderie at this Vista church. Daniel A. Anderson Special to The Sacramento Bee

Fighting poor nutrition among California seniors – with a food truck

July 17, 2016 06:00 AM

UPDATED July 17, 2016 07:59 AM

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