For those unfamiliar with the term 'food deserts,' it refers to places where fresh and nutritious food is difficult to access; the Real Food Farm hopes to help in a big way. It is offering a mobile farmer's market service for Clifton Park, a neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland. What sets the Real Food Farm mobile market apart from other ones is that it was designed by students from the Center for Design Practice (CDP) at the Maryland Institute College of Art.
The Real Food Farm market combines the essence of horse-drawn carts with look of a modern food truck. Its pullout drawer system owes itself to the former while the bright billboard-like exterior design is attributed to the latter. The Real Food Farm mobile market delivers produce right to people's doors.