Pay-what-you-can dish fights hunger at vegan café chain

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During tough economic times, pay-what-you-want pricing can be a nice way to show a little compassion while also helping to ensure a company's own survival. Agency Nil and London restaurant Little Bay are two examples we've seen of that strategy, but California restaurant chain Café Gratitude's approach is a little different. Rather than a recession-busting initiative, its pay-what-you-can “I am Grateful” dish is a manifestation of a socially focused business model it calls “Sacred Commerce.” “Each day, we practice shifting our attention to love, acceptance, gratitude, generosity, abundance, and the privilege of serving others,” the company's website explains. In that…

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