A different kind of food truck made it's way to the Department of Family Services Friday in Albany.
Not your traditional junk food, this carried fruits and vegetables.
It's called the mobile market.
It is run by folks at Peach State Health Plan.
The truck travels around the state.
It aims to help families living in places where it's difficult to buy quality food cheap.
All of the food passed out is free.
Representatives say fresh foods are important to a child's growth and health.
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The fifth annual Touch a Truck event is Saturday at the Albany Museum of Art.
With the help of a group of high schoolers, some Albany senior citizens got a chance to relive their glory days Friday afternoon.
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