There’s not much that’s radical about a fast food meal, unless it’s healthy, affordable, accessible, and can lead to generational wealth.
That’s the idea behind Everytable, a social equity franchise program born out of Southern California. Everytable’s model keeps costs low, making it easier to expand and reach more customers who live in food deserts.
Everytable also has lowered the barriers for franchisees, taking a crowdsourcing approach so that many investors at once can benefit from the success of each location. The Hard Reset podcast hosts weigh in on this new restaurant model, which may just be the exact kind of solution the U.S. is hungry for.