The U.S. Department of Agriculture has selected Florida and Michigan for test states to supply fresh fruits and vegetables to schools in its farm-to-school programs.

The agency’s Agricultural Marketing Service and Food and Nutrition Service divisions plan to conduct the pilot which will use existing commercial distribution infrastructure and allow schools to source locally grown produce.

“This is a win-win for everyone as this pilot program will allow us to get fresh fruits and vegetables to schools,” agriculture deputy secretary Kathleen Merrigan said in the news release. “We are constantly searching for new opportunities to expand markets for producers while providing fresh, healthy food to schools