Can a business be altruistic but still make money?
Many have tried-- and failed-- to establish restaurants that do-good but a new Los Angeles-based eatery is hoping to change the way people think of about quick cuisine-and provide better quality food to those who can't always afford it.
Everytable, which opened its first location Saturday in South Los Angeles-where the average per capita income hovers around $13,000-- serves hearty mostly-locally sourced, low sodium, preservative free meals for about $4.50 per dish. But at its planned second location in downtown, where residents typically...
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