“The Daily Table will turn expired food into cheap meals,” says Robyn Waters, a trend analyst.
2014 could herald the introduction of new business models that seek to solve the challenges of serving certain low-income areas with affordable and nutritious food offerings, according to some observers. Addressing so-called food deserts requires more than simply opening a supermarket where residents have limited access to a food store. The availability of deeply discounted produce and freshly prepared meals merchandised in a warm and inviting environment is key. That’s part of the ...
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