For the first time in two decades, a mainstay for free, nutritious food distribution has the space to double its impact – and some of the Detroit agencies relying on it say the need is dire.

Forgotten Harvest began moving into a 78,000-square-foot space at 15000 W. Eight Mile in Oak Park in February. The move gives the organization access to nearly 50,000 more square feet and millions more pounds of food capacity. It intends to double its food capacity by 2028.

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