New York start up aims to help refugees through food delivery service

Eat Offbeat, a food delivery service that employs refugees as chefs, puts the spotlight on the role business has to play in the global refugee crisis (…) “I want people in the US to know that refugees have few opportunities here, but we bring our skills with us,” she said. “We come in difficult circumstances.” (…) “Ultimately we want to change the narrative around refugees, for New Yorkers and the rest of world to see that refugees don’t have to be a burden, they have economic value.” View Article