As her 2-year-old son played with a pint-size shopping cart and a bottle of Kidfresh brand bottled water, Renee Sheppard browsed an assortment of all-natural boxed lunches. Sheppard is raising her son on a vegetarian diet. So as soon as she saw a Kidfresh flier in her apartment building, she was eager to see what the New York City food retailer has to offer. “Nutrition is so important to me and my family, so I was interested in coming here,” Sheppard told SN. Providing better-for-you food ...

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