"I think it's similar to Toms, where you buy a pair of shoes knowing that someone else in some needy part of the world is going to get a similar pair of shoes for nothing," Mr. Polk said.
Many other businesses, including restaurants, charge different prices for the same thing. A McDonald's in Midtown Manhattan, for example, is more expensive than one in Dayton, Ohio.
But rarely is the price for the same food nearly double the price just a jog away.
A growing number of chefs and business people are working to bring fresher, healthier food to neighborhoods where KFC, Popeyes and McDonald's...
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