Food deserts are a real part of life in America’s underserved neighborhoods and communities. Where you live can translate directly into an inability to get good, healthy food. Often these food deserts are found in low-income urban centers where the closest fresh vegetable is a 30 minute drive away.
Recently, chefs and entrepreneurs have stepped in with solutions — harnessing their skills and resources to make good food accessible and affordable to all. Everytable, opening Saturday, has come up with a novel approach to this problem. They’re charging different prices depending on the median income of the neighborhood being served.