PORTLAND, Ore. — Convenience is king for My Street Grocery, a mobile supermarket that opened in May. The truck caters to people who have limited access to fresh foods at brick and mortar supermarkets here. “A lack of access might be the result of a long distance to a market for someone. It might be they don’t have transportation. It might be they have a physical limitation,” said Eric Johnson, My Street Grocery co-founder, in an interview last month. Johnson ...

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