A money-making idea: Farms on wheels

If you're not a fan of farmers' markets, you're really missing out on some fantastic produce and should give them a try.

Buying directly from the farmer not only assures you of the freshest vegetables and fruits, but the prices are often cheaper than what you'd pay at a grocery store.

But getting to the farmers' market can be a hassle, unless you live or work near one. As someone who's lazy and doesn't always have the time to go to my local farmers' market, I looked into having produce delivered to my home. That was a bit costly.

The people behind GOOD, a collaboration of individuals, businesses and nonprofits with a goal of "pushing the world forward," found a solution. Or at least its contest seeking design solutions to getting food grown by local farmers into urban hands found a solution.