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Food startup Salted has ditched the conventional model for meal kits and is instead teaming up with Whole Foods to bring its meal kits to physical grocery stores. Starting on May 10th, shoppers can pick up their own Salted meal kit at any Los Angeles Whole Foods store.
CEO Jeffrey Appelbaum says that he plans on implementing Salted meal kits in other chain grocery stores in the near future.
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