Wilted produce sits on a convenience store shelf in the small town of Raisin City.
It's harvest time in the San Joaquin Valley, and farmworkers are out shaking almond trees and picking grapes. The valley is one of the most productive farm regions in the world. Yet the people who work and live near these farms often struggle to feed their families fresh and healthy food. In the first part of our series called "Hunger in the Valley of Plenty," The California Report's Central Valley Bureau Chief Sasha Khokha starts by introducing us to a farmworker family who can't afford to buy the produce that grows all around them. Reporter: Sasha Khokha