A long-awaited supermarket is finally coming to West Baltimore. A 67,000 square foot grocery store ends what residents have long called the “food desert” in Howard Park.
They’re called “food deserts,” and Baltimore’s Health Department says one in five city residents live in one. That means no access to healthy and affordable food.
They are called “food deserts,” areas in Baltimore with no access to markets or healthy food options. A new supermarket is filling the void in one East Baltimore community.