The term “food desert” is used to refer to low-income, inner-city areas that lack traditional, full-service grocery stores. The concern is that residents of such neighborhoods — often minorities — have little choice but to buy food at convenience stores or eat at fast-food restaurants, with predictably dire health consequences.
Imagine the two most potent antioxidants. Now imagine drinking them in one sip. The first one, as we all know, is Matcha, but the second one – blueberry – needs no introduction.