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Everytable’s mission is simple: to redefine the food landscape by selling “nutritious, fresh, made-from-scratch food, at fast-food prices.” The LA-based company offers subscription meal services as well as grab-and-go storefront sales, and here’s the best part: the meals are sold on a sliding scale.
“We have locations in food deserts, underserved communities with little or no access to nutritious food, and in affluent areas. To ensure that everyone can afford our meals, we price them according to the neighborhoods we serve,” says Everytable’s website.
The company was founded in 2013 by Sam Polk, whose non-profit Feast addresses food-related health problems in South LA. No one is left out at Everytable, and the company’s concept is designed so that healthy food can be made available to everyone, regardless of income.
Just last month the subscription service made it to San Diego, and now, according to Eater San Diego, Everytable is actively seeking sites for those grab-and-go storefronts. Eater reports Everytable is already in lease negotiations for those storefronts in Vista and Chula Vista, as well as near UCSD and SDSU campuses.