How much healthy, whole food is available in black and brown neighborhoods? Not much. So, SOS Juice, "a solar-powered for-profit/non-profit hybrid" plans to "sell juice, smoothies, and compost in order to improve health, promote sustainable agriculture, and create green jobs for low-income youth and the formerly incarcerated individuals."
SOS plans to pilot the idea in Oakland by setting up a juice booth this spring--and hopes "to prove the benefits of the model and out potential to grow nationwide." But they "need support from like minded people like you to raise about $10K to make it happen."