Amber Smith rode off on the Better Bites Good to Go Bike after a stop last week at Lexington Traditional Magnet School. The food bike, which began operating last week, will travel around Lexington offering healthier food options than what's available, say, from an ice cream truck.
Amber Smith rode off on the Better Bites Good to Go Bike after a stop last week at Lexington Traditional Magnet School. The food bike, which began operating last week, will travel around Lexington offering healthier food options than what's available, say, from an ice cream truck. Herald-Leader
Amber Smith rode off on the Better Bites Good to Go Bike after a stop last week at Lexington Traditional Magnet School. The food bike, which began operating last week, will travel around Lexington offering healthier food options than what's available, say, from an ice cream truck. Herald-Leader

New food bike provides Lexington kids with healthier options

June 23, 2013 11:31 PM

UPDATED June 24, 2013 02:28 PM

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