According to the Atanta Community Food Bank ( 86% of households report purchasing inexpensive, unhealthy food because they could not afford healthier options. This issue is a contributing factor in the obsity rates and poor nutrition of the city. Carver Neighborhood Market will strive to offer prices competitive to large scale grocers, such as Kroger, and beat out other local convenience shops.

73% of Households report having to choose between paying for food and paying for medicine or medicinal care. That should not be a choice anyone has to make. Our primary target is the community we are located in so we aim to service South Atlanta by making our prices as affordable as possible.