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(article, Culinate staff)
Sure, plenty of local companies and grocery stores offer, via the Internet, that old-fashioned convenience known as grocery delivery. But how about the local library? As National Public Radio recently noted, a new Baltimore program known as the Virtual Supermarket lets patrons order groceries at the library, then pick them up there the next day: bq.The Virtual Supermarket Project is part of a city push to make healthy food more accessible in communities where major supermarkets are scarce. No computer or grocery store nearby? Try the library instead.