This is How You Rebuild Struggling Communities Through Good Food


By Jack Day

A trip to the grocery store is pretty mundane for most of us. Some people go two and three times a week, even a day. But for many such an average everyday task is a luxury and a struggle. In communities that are mired in low income and poverty the choices for shopping are pretty slim. As well as the trip itself. That’s where groups like The Food Trust come in. They have been trying to create better access to more nutritious food in the low income, urban areas that have no such thing. It’s important for people to have these basic needs met and these folks are doing their part.

How do you feel about such programs? Is it a good idea to try and restore communities through providing basic needs like a quality grocery store and access to nutritious foods? Please share your thoughts!