While the well-to-do of Tribeca avail themselves of the new personal-shopping concierge and delivery service at the Whole Foods there, large swaths of Brooklyn are food deserts, and the Brooklyn Food Coalition is trying to pinpoint them by mapping the boroughs food sellers. TakePart has the details. [TakePart]
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