You may have heard of so-called "food deserts," sections of American cities where options for buying healthy food are few and far between. Two entrepreneurs in California saw the situation as both a social problem to be addressed - and a business opportunity.
In a Los Angeles storefront nestled in a neighborhood made up of fast-food chains and second-hand shops, Everytable co-founders Sam Polk and David Foster are trying to change the way residents eat.
"The real mission and the ethos of the company, which is that no matter where you're born, no matter where you live within the U.S. we...
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