In Los Angeles, Restaurants With A Social Mission Begin To Take Root

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Everytable sells healthy food in “food deserts” like South Los Angeles at prices competitive with fast food. (Courtesy Everytable)

In Los Angeles, a pair of entrepreneurs have opened the Everytable restaurants, where food prices are set according to the neighborhood. In South Los Angeles, dishes may cost $4; in downtown L.A., the price might be $8.

Here & Now‘s Robin Young speaks with Sam Polk and David Foster, the co-founders of the Everytable restaurants in Los Angeles, about their social mission concept.


Sam Polk and David Foster, co-founders of Everytable restaurants in Los Angeles. The company tweets @foreverytable.

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