While visiting Detroit to raise awareness for ballot issues ahead of the midterm elections, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker stopped by Breadless, a health-conscious cafe that opened in Detroit in March.
The 53-year-old Democrat and dedicated vegan popped into the Rivertown-area sandwich shop to meet with owners Marc Howland, LaTresha Howland and Ryan Eli Salter. They talked to Booker about what inspired them to start a healthy food business in Detroit.
"I'm just so impressed with all the vegan options," said Booker. "This is making my heart sing."
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