A different kind of food truck

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IMPORTANT UPDATE: Please note that due to concern for the safety of our employees, volunteers and clients of the Mobile Good Food Markets, FoodShare is suspending all of our mobile market stops until further notice. This decision comes after careful consideration of the risks associated with continuing the operation of the mobile market in the context of the need for social distancing.

We recognize that this will impact many of our customers and their ability to access fresh produce. In response, we launched the Emergency Good Food Box, delivered free of charge, to folks facing food insecurity, especially during the pandemic shut-down. 

Mobile Good Food Markets are travelling community food markets filled with fresh, quality vegetables and fruits. Our truck is a different kind of food truck, one that dishes up pounds of okra and bunches of broccoli at cheaper than normal prices. You won’t find an ice cream van’s jingle here, just good food.

Mobile Good Food Markets address the need for fresh, quality produce in food deserts, neighbourhoods where a grocery store is nowhere in sight or too expensive for residents. In our current model of development, some neighbourhoods don’t receive adequate transit service or people don’t own cars and the local grocery store is just too expensive or far away. Mobile markets offer a low cost place to buy quality produce while meeting neighbours close to home.

How the Mobile Good Food Market program works:

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Please contact Tara Ramkhelawan via the information below on this page.


Improving Food Access: Stories from the Mobile Good Food Market

Toronto’s Mobile Good Food Market

Even in a city as dynamic as Toronto, there remain neighbourhoods where residents are unable to access the foods essential to a healthy diet. This happens for a variety of reasons, including low-income, lack of access to public transit, and long distances to groceries and markets. Such conditions make it extremely difficult for individuals and families without access to a vehicle to find and purchase healthy foods. Senior citizens who might be less mobile are hit especially hard by this type of isolation.

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Contact Tara Ramkhelawan (on leave) if you have any question about this program.

Tara Ramkhelawan (on leave)
Good Food Markets Senior Coordinator
416-363-6441 x223

Program Lead

Tara Ramkhelawan (on leave) // Good Food Markets Senior Coordinator

Tara Ramkhelawan began a degree in Space and Communication Science many years ago, but while taking an indefinite break to raise her 3 children, found a passion working and volunteering in community garden projects, markets, and health promotion, mostly in her Bathurst Quay neighbourhood. She has been a Tenant Representative in Toronto Community Housing since 2006, an experience which has helped her...see full bio