by Grace Dickinson, Updated: August 15, 2019

On a recent Monday morning, Shontae Smarr pulled up to Center City’s Snap Kitchen and began shuffling bags of food out of the upscale grab-and-go market into her silver Toyota Camry. After filling the car’s trunk and backseat with lentil Bolognese, grass-fed beef taco hash, sesame ginger spinach salad, and other packaged meals, Smarr hopped into the driver’s seat, opened her phone, and clicked on an icon labeled “Philly Food Rescue.”

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