North Texas Food Bank Moves to Dallas Farmers Market

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DALLAS, TX – Location, location, location. That was the motivation behind the North Texas Food Bank closing its doors to Cockrell Hill Road.

The bank is relocating its headquarters to a place that’s no stranger to food – The Dallas Farmers Market.

The announcement ceremony took place Saturday morning, and a celebration it was.

“It’s great to be here to welcome the North Texas Food Bank to the Dallas Farmers Market,” Jan Pruitt said. Pruitt is the President and CEO of the North Texas Food Bank. “We are a perfect fit together.”

The new location that is in the center of Dallas has plenty of potential for business with companies old and new.

What’s more important is the interaction with the people. After all, the bank hands out 175,000 meals a day.

The crafty idea to move the North Texas Food Bank to the Dallas Farmers Markets also means fresh produce and local products.

Talk about food for thought.

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