A grocery delivery service that recently launched in Baltimore is delivering Latin American groceries to homes.
Ecommerce platform Everdura launched in the city this month with 50 products, as well as produce variety boxes and meal kits.
Founded by Liz Nunez and Emily Miller, the company was a product of the pandemic. Born in the Dominican Republic, Nunez moved to upstate New York during quarantine and found that there wasn’t immediate access to the food she grew up eating, like plantains and yucca. It reminded her of time during school in Philly, when she had to drive half an hour to a grocery store that had the goods that were so important to her culture. And this came even as the services that brought groceries directly to homes were growing.
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