Santoni's Provides Free Grocery Shuttle For Baltimore Residents In Food Deserts
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. <strong>Ron Matz</strong> reports in East Baltimore that's about to change with a free ride to the grocery store.
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