Moving forward with a plan to change the food culture at a Chicago High School, the Good Food Project put its mission on wheels: a portable fruit cart designed in Cyprus, built in Chicago.
The portable fruit cart is one of the winning entries of an international competition sponsored by Arquitectos for the Good Food Project’s student-operated fruit market at Sullivan High School. The cart design was chosen from among 30 entries from all over the U.S., Spain, Brazil, Cyprus, and Australia. Designed by Chryso Onisiforou of Yeroskipou-Paphos, Cyprus, it was built by master craftsman Bill Heye in his Chicago workshop.
All student groups are invited to use the fruit cart to sell fruit, instead of candy and junk food for fund-raising, snacking, and taking home to their families.