A New York Company Is Using Food To Tell A Different Story About Refugees

"Refugees are the heroes and the chefs."

A New York City food delivery service, Eat Offbeat, aims to take the road less traveled, and provides customers with a cultural explosion they can taste.

We sat down with the owner, Manal Kahi, to learn more about her passion for the culinary arts as part of an A Plus' initiative, The New Americans, which shines a light on the positive impact immigrants have on our country. 

"Our ultimate goal is to change the narrative around refugees, by providing a different story," she said. "Refugees are the heroes, and the chefs. They are the ones that help New Yorkers discover all of those amazing cuisines."

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