Social Enterprise Restaurant Aims To Make Healthy Food Affordable For All
Everytable wants to democratize health food with nutritious meals at under $4
Food deserts are physical areas where residents do not have access to healthy and affordable food. According to the Economic Research Service of the US Department of Agriculture, over 2.3 million people live over a mile away from a supermarket and do not own a car. Most of the residents that live in food deserts are of low socioeconomic status and as a result, their health and livelihood are directly at risk. Everytable is a new type of restaurant that directly addresses this issue. While providing healthy food, it also fix prices in each of their locations to cater to local residents in an effort to “democratize” healthy food.
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