Green markets, with their mountains of fresh veggies and artisan bread, have long been the yuppie alternative to slumming it with the wilted lettuce at Publix. But in the Town of Palm Beach, where the millionaires roam, fresh kale and organic tea are still no match for blue-blooded snobbery.
told the commission, according to the Palm Beach Daily News. "If we were starving people that needed discounted food, that would be different. But we just don't need it."
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