Virtual Supermarket delivers groceries in Baltimore

Baltimore announced the expansion of its Virtual Supermarket program, which allows shoppers to order online and receive free delivery in communities in the city's food deserts. The program is designed to expand healthy food options to the city's low-income neighborhoods that don't have easy access to stores. Story

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