Getting fresh produce is really difficult, especially if you live in urban areas. If you happen to live in the rural areas, consuming fresh produce is not too difficult because it grows closer; however, the same cannot be said about urban areas.
When the fresh produce needs to be shipped to the city, the extra cost is incurred onto it. So people who have a limited income cannot take advantage of it owing to the high cost of this material. All thanks to the collaboration between FoodShare Toronto, the City of Toronto, and United Way Toronto, an old bus has been converted into a mini, and mobile market, which sells fresh food cost-effectively. From apples, to broccoli, to lettuce, you will find everything that too at affordable prices, within the periphery of the city. The price may not be drastically low as compared to normal market rate, but it is still comparatively lesser.
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