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This Nonprofit Is Feeding Ugly Vegetables to Hundreds of People Every Day

LA Kitchen transforms fruits and vegetables that are normally thrown away into amazing, balanced meals. In the process, they are changing the lives of their staff made up of mostly ex-convicts, recovering drug addicts and alcoholics, veteran gangbangers, and many other people looking for a second chance.
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