Bus Converted Into Mobile Food Market Brings Fresh Produce To Low-Income Neighbourhoods… – Eco Snippets

Bus Converted Into Mobile Food Market Brings Fresh Produce To Low-Income Neighbourhoods…

Bus Converted Into Mobile Food Market Brings Fresh Produce To Low-Income Neighbourhoods...

Even in a city as dynamic as Toronto, there remain neighbourhoods where residents are unable to access the foods essential to a healthy diet. This happens for a variety of reasons, including low-income, lack of access to public transit, and long distances to groceries and markets.

Such conditions make it extremely difficult for individuals and families without access to a vehicle to find and purchase healthy foods. Senior citizens who might be less mobile are hit especially hard by this type of isolation.

Introducing the Mobile Good Food Market….

Bus Converted Into Mobile Food Market Brings Fresh Produce To Low-Income Neighbourhoods...

Bus Converted Into Mobile Food Market Brings Fresh Produce To Low-Income Neighbourhoods...

Bus Converted Into Mobile Food Market Brings Fresh Produce To Low-Income Neighbourhoods...

Mobile Good Food Markets are travelling community food markets filled with fresh, quality vegetables and fruits. They address the need for fresh, quality produce in food deserts, neighbourhoods where a grocery store is nowhere in sight or too expensive for residents.

Check it out in the video below…

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Mobile food is everywhere in Indonesia years ago xD but of course they don’t manage to make the bus/car this good. Nice one!

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Wonderful concept!

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Very good idea but nothing new. Ever been to France in a small village on market day? They have meat markets, cheese markets, bakeries. All just like this.

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This we experience here in Vancouver BBC Canada in the 40s & 50s but it was a canvas covered cart & horse

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Lasse Nielsen se her, genial ide til trucken

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What a great concept

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How about it Eglwysbach???

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what goes around comes around… 70 years ago produce was brought to outlying neighbourhoods in Vancouver
mostly brought by the farmers who grew the produce and mostly by horse and covered buggy

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This is so cool, i remeber this from Holland to.

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gotta like that…

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Way to go Toronto! Let’s hope this spreads across the rest of the country as well.

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What a fantastic idea!

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Great idea…

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