CHICAGO — Online grocer Peapod, a division of Ahold, is hosting its first community forum today in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood to address food deserts, large geographic areas that have no or distant mainstream grocery stores.
The forum, in partnership with sustainable communities group Neighbor Capital, is part of the Healthy Families Project that Peapod and Neighbor Capital launched earlier this year to explore how to offer online ordering to residents of food desert communities.
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