Yes, most of the dollar rich communities in America are just as much food deserts as the dollar poor. This is made clearer through example: Just because water is trucked into a dry desert does not then make that desert disappear and become nonexistent. The bringing in of water does not change the status of the land.
Same is same when it comes to food deserts.
Nutrition of body, mind, emotions and spirit.
For example, most of the so-called modern world is a civilization desert. Most humans live in a knowledge of self desert. Can you think of other types of deserts existing in the world? ”Definitions & Meanings Of Sahara, Desert By Meaning But Not By Name, Unity Consciousness #915” Likewise related: The term “convenience store” or “C-store” is used to mean a small store, sometimes with a gas station that is jam packed with mostly quick, ready-made, non-fresh edibles and junk food.
Truth is, all markets, food stores, grocery stores and stores in general, whether internet based or brick and mortar, are convenience stores because they are convenient because they have what we want. If each person planted food in their own yard, food desertness would be reduced. If just 1 out 4 yards in communities contained perennial and annual food plants, that community would significantly reduce it's food desertness.