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Burke Hodge, the president of Burke's Urban Market, knows from personal experience how much a wholesome diet can impact daily life. He had to make the switch to a good diet because of health problems of his own, but found that prices sometimes were prohibitive. Now he works to help others make that transition, keeping the food cheap by buying in bulk and bundling items together in boxes.
Those crates might contain everything from grass-fed beef and organic coffee to organic eggs and produce. They can be delivered directly to doors, and patrons get some input into what they'll be receiving. It's easy to keep track of how those goods are sourced, too, as the company partners with local free-range farmers and bakers.