How Nonprofit Grocery Stores Are Filling the Gap
FEBRUARY 11, 2019
Among the more notable initiatives: Daily Table , a Massachusetts grocery store chain launched in 2015 by a former Trader Joe’s president, works with suppliers to access surplus foods that it can purchase at a discount. “In In this way, we are able to keep prices affordable for all our customers,”says the nonprofit’s website. Our meals are priced to compete with fast food options, making it easier for families to eat healthier within their means.”.