Nick Cannon Wants His Brand Back, August In The Sheets, And Watering Atlanta's Food Deserts w Guest Keith Muhammad of The Best Fruit Store
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Can you imagine having fresh fruits and vegetables delivered to your door during the recent shut-ins?
Unfortunately, there are neighborhoods and communities all across the country that can't, and haven't been able to, long before the nations current crisis. According to the USDA, more than 6% of American households have experienced some form of food insecurity over the last 18 months.
Over recent months I've complained about food shortages at my local store, a major inconvenience, in which my grocery worked hard to quickly rectify. Supply chains were disrupted and things were in flux.
In this week's episode, my guest Keith Muhummad, of Atlanta's The Best Fruit Store, and I dive deep on the policies past and present, and the practical, real world solutions he's implementing in his own community, to water the food desert he found himself and neighbors surrounded by.
I also give an update on last weeks episode; Meg wants Torey Lanes to Stop Playin', August Alsina is Entangled in the sheets, and Nick Cannon wants his brand back.
I've got all that, and more, on this week's episode.
So grab your cuppa joe (or whatever the week is calling for), settle in, and make sure the ear buds are charged up.
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