Some urban residents have to travel miles to get to a grocery story. Camden is notorious for being a food desert. Nutritionists say that leads to high rates of hypertension and other life-threatening illnesses because of limited access to fresh fruit and vegetables. But Invincible City is working to cultivate a better future by using a farm-to-table approach. Correspondent Leah Mishkin reports as part of our ongoing series “Hunger in NJ.”
Support for “Hunger in NJ” has been provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.