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Durham's Food for Life Supreme offers soul food with a healthy spin 

Click for larger image • Food for Life Supreme employees Victor Punch, 21, left, and Latifa Givens, 21, both originally of Maryland, outside the Chapel Hill Street location in Durham. Punch and Givens are students of the University of the Art and Logistics of Civilization, based in Kansas City, Kan., of which Food for Life Supreme is a real-world extended classroom.

Image credit: Photo by Derek Anderson


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