Check out our new feature on Wall Street Journal

Brooklyn-based Propel designed a smartphone app called Fresh EBT​ — available in all 50 states — that makes it easier for people to check their food-stamp balances. The company is one of three finalists in The Wall Street Journal’s 2018 Financial Inclusion Challenge.   Read Article

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Our review from Epicurious is pretty fresh!

Walking past Three Guys from Brooklyn, a produce market and specialty food store in Brooklyn’s Dyker Heights neighborhood, it is nearly impossible to avoid the siren call of fresh produce. There, under a green-and-white awning, rows of wooden carts overflow with beefsteak tomatoes and broccoli crowns, blushing donut peaches, and fat, fragrant melons. Signs handwritten in […]

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Check out our new feature on The Bridge

Propel’ve built a smartphone app called Fresh EBT, which helps people receiving government food-assistance funds with an assortment of tasks that many more fortunate souls take for granted. Propel’s first partner was a produce store on Fort Hamilton Parkway, 3 Guys from Brooklyn. Store manager Philip Penta says 90% of the store’s goods can be bought with EBT […]

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Then and Now: the transformation of 3 Guys

At 3 Guys, we’ve had a lot to celebrate over the years. This month, we’re adding something new to the list: the launch of our brand new website! Just like the Brooklyn community we serve, 3 Guys has evolved a lot over the past five years; we thought this was the perfect time to take a quick trip […]

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