In an ideal world, the corner markets scattered throughout inner city Baltimore would sell fresh, high-quality food rather than pre-packaged, unhealthy snacks — and, all too often, liquor and cigarettes. But accomplishing that is easier said than done. In 2013, for example, Erich March and his wife, Michele Speaks-March, were determined to bring a new grocery store selling fresh fruits, vegetables, meats and fish to the Oliver, South Clifton and Darley Park neighborhoods in East Baltimore. As The Sun reported at the time, they weren't targeting "the vegan or food faddist crowd. They just wanted a place where East Baltimoreans in the greater North Avenue area can find foods that won't undermine their health."