St. Johns County Food Saver, Distributor Epic-Cure needs a new home – Advice Eating

On Thursday afternoon, people with carts and bags in hand — some with children nearby — lined Industry Center Road waiting to pick up groceries at the St. Johns County nonprofit Epic-Cure’s warehouse.

Due to inflation and other factors, the nonprofit food rescuer and distributor is seeing demand for its services increasing – and expecting demand to increase. At the same time, the employees are urgently looking for a new home in St. Johns County.

“It’s not time that the biggest grocery store (pantry) in St. Johns County, you know, went out of business… just for lack of space,” said Sunny Mulford, co-founder of the nonprofit.

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