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I have a few ideas for food startups.
A. I would like to create a search engine that will allow people to search for various food suppliers. For example, farmers’ markets, indoor and outdoor farms that are open to the public, food producers, etc.
The website and mobile apps can also include jobs in the food production industry, and articles/videos about food production.
This is in the very early stages. I have to speak with attorneys and follow the laws carefully because I do everything by the book.
B. I would like to open retail stores selling food with an emphasis on healthy food. Fruits, vegetables, etc.
I’m very passionate to create food startups because people I know pay New York City law enforcement to sabotage people’s food in various places around the city.
New York City law enforcement has sabotaged my food several times.
I have seen a few strategies that New York City law enforcement uses to sabotage people’s food.
- New York City law enforcement will have a restaurant or supermarket they are paying to have one clean version and one dirty version of something. Two pots of regular coffee, things like that.
- The other way I’ve seen New York City law enforcement sabotage people’s food and drinks is by dropping liquid and powder into people’s drinks.
- I have seen New York City law enforcement and their scam team sabotaging sandwiches, plates of food, and just about anything else you can imagine.
A small percentage of restaurants and supermarkets in New York City get paid to allow New York City law enforcement to sabotage people’s food they don’t like.
New York City law enforcement also pays a small percentage of people that deliver food to allow them to sabotage people’s food.
If New York City law enforcement offered me money to sabotage a customer’s food I would say no. I don’t care if they offer me a billion dollars.
That’s not to say that they still can’t sabotage food that is ultimately going through a startup that I create. All I’m saying is that I’m not going to be a part of it.
My question to anyone reading this is what would you do if you were working for approximately minimum wage in one of the most expensive cities in the world and New York City law enforcement told you they would pay to allow them to sabotage someone’s food?