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In Los Angeles, Restaurants With A Social Mission Begin To Take Root09:44
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Everytable sells healthy food in “food deserts” like South Los Angeles at prices competitive with fast food. (Courtesy Everytable)
Everytable sells healthy food in “food deserts” like South Los Angeles at prices competitive with fast food. (Courtesy Everytable)
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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.

The ready-made meals at Everytable. (Courtesy Everytable)
The ready-made meals at Everytable. (Courtesy Everytable)
Everytable's California Cobb salad dish. (Courtesy Everytable)
Everytable's California Cobb salad dish. (Courtesy Everytable)
Everytable hosted its grand opening on July 30, 2016. (Courtesy Everytable)
Everytable hosted its grand opening on July 30, 2016. (Courtesy Everytable)
Patrons can heat up and eat the prepared meals at the restaurant, or take them to go. (Courtesy Everytable)
Patrons can heat up and eat the prepared meals at the restaurant, or take them to go. (Courtesy Everytable)

Guests

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

This segment aired on August 31, 2016.

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