||Food access in the West Salt Lake Neighborhoods of Glendale and Poplar Grove is considered limited because this area is designated as a food desert. However, the residents of these neighborhoods are incredibly resourceful and thoughtful in their quest to feed their families. The research examines how residents of these neighborhoods obtain food, the challenges they face, and how they view a mobile market as a viable alternative to supplement their food gathering rituals. Data was collected through the convening of two focus groups, comprised of participants from diverse cultural backgrounds, who reside in the 84104 zip code. The experience of participants illustrates how the immigrant experience shapes food preferences, how the corporate food regime perpetuates structural inequities in food access, and how those inequities create an environment where only those with access to sufficient capital retain the right to fresh, healthy, affordable foods at all times. Participants expressed interest in a mobile market but are incredibly discerning in how and where they obtain food. Participants may be reticent to use a mobile market if it does not conform to their standards for price and quality.