When a new grab-and-go cafe called Everytable opens in a South Los Angeles food desert this week, it will be possible to buy a healthy entree-say, a kale chicken Caesar salad or Cajun blackened fish, made from scratch-for the price of fast food.
When the same cafe opens soon in downtown L.A., the prices will be a little higher. The new chain plans to use variable pricing-based on geography-to make healthy food affordable in every neighborhood.
Founders Sam Polk and David Foster (one a former hedge fund trader, the other a former VP at a private equity firm) also run a nonprofit called ...
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