HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) — The Maryland Division of Correction says it’s selling apples grown at a prison complex near Hagerstown to the Maryland Food Bank.

The agency planned to deliver some of the fruit Monday at the orchard near the Roxbury Correctional Institution.

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A spokesman says inmates are harvesting 2,000 bushels of red delicious and gala apples from about 1,200 trees.

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The agency says some of the fruit will be served to inmates at the three-prison complex near Hagerstown. And some will be sold to the food bank for 20 cents a pound, or about one-tenth the retail market value.

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