• In the wake of the superstorm, Nicola Twilley asks what happens when a city’s food network breaks down, and finds surprising resilience in New York. [1 of 3]
 

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food 2 Nov 2012

by Morgan Clendaniel, editor of Fast Company’s Co.Exist website and editorial director of VSL. TWITTER WEBSITE

 
  • A salient detail: New York has only three days of food on hand at any given moment, making food delivery as vital as restoring water and power. [2 of 3]
 
  • Some cities’ food infrastructures are broken to begin with. Here’s how an organization builds a grocery store in a food desert—with help from the community. [3 of 3]
 
  • Images (in order): photo by Instagram user @sarahbellummmm via Gothamist; photo by Flickr user MTAPhotos, used with a Creative Commons license; rendering by People’s Community Market.
 
 

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