California farmers lead in "Harvest for All" program
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Young California farmers and ranchers lead the country in food donations.
California farmers and ranchers have donated more than 10-million pounds of food to families in need in 2012, topping all states that participate in the "Harvest for All" program.
The program, which helps food banks all over the country, has served more than 83-million meals since it was launched back in 2003.
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