BALTIMORE — A new health department program announced here aims to serve food deserts — neighborhoods lacking supermarkets — through a free delivery system that operates in concert with local libraries, according to a report in the Baltimore Sun. The Virtual Supermarket Project offers library laptops where residents can order groceries online from Santoni's Super Market and pick them up at the Orleans Street library the next day, the report said. The program offers a second location at the ...

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