Can you Take 5 for healthy convenience?
If you ask Lisa Sedlar, founder of Green Zebra Grocery, the future of Portland lies within its distinct neighborhoods. Starting with the ethos of the insight and intelligence of neighborhood residents, the Green Zebra model is to be in service to the community — to actively listen and respond to the needs of “eaters” as Sedlar affectionately refers to her customers. Rather than just a business located in Kenton, Green Zebra’s first location, the store serves instead as a neighborhood asset. I recently asked Lisa to Take 5 questions about Green Zebra’s commitment to thriving neighborhoods and healthy convenience. Below, watch Lisa “Take 5.”
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