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On Monday, April 1, owners of Baltimore-based Santoni’s Supermarket will launch East Baltimore’s first-ever “Grocery Store Shuttle Service,” dedicated to providing free transportation for residents in communities with low-vehicle ownership and little access to healthy foods.
Partners from the Johns Hopkins Office of Community Affairs, Baltimore City Health Department and Associated Black Charities will attend the ribbon-cutting for the first shuttle bus at 10:00 a.m. at the Apostolic Towers Senior Apartments in Baltimore. Thus far, the service has been praised by local food advocates including community groups, non-profit partners and City officials.
Santoni’s is a full-service independent grocery store servicing the East & South East Baltimore communities for over 82 years.