Pompea Smith

Executive Director of Sustainable Economic Enterprises of Los Angeles

Guest

Executive Director of Sustainable Economic Enterprises of Los Angeles, which runs the city’s Farmers’ Markets.

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Fresh fruit and vegetables are vital for good nourishment, but they’re sold mainly in supermarkets.

A Farmers’ Market in Watts – How About a Supermarket?

Fresh fruit and vegetables are vital for good nourishment, but they’re sold mainly in supermarkets.

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