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LA Times: How Angelenos are battling food insecurity by using hyperlocal apps to share their bounty

This article was written by Dakota Kim and is available in full on the Los Angeles Times website. Galora, a food-sharing mobile app created last year in Los Angeles by Ryan Xavier and Chris Chin, owes its genesis to the pandemic. When Xavier’s firm, vacation rental company Cobblestone Paris Rentals, lost nearly all its business […]

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Business spotlight: Galora encourages neighbors to share and sell fruits, veggies and more

Ryan discusses how Galora started, and where it is heading in the future.

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LA Times: Side hustles for artists, cooks, gardeners, and writers

There are a handful of side hustles that can feed the soul — they allow you to immerse yourself in the tactile and beautiful and take a break from the challenges of the outside world. This article was written by Kathy Kristof and originally published in the Los Angeles Times. This week we focus on […]

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SideHusl: Galora as a Side Hustle for Gardeners

If you’re contemplating a side hustle making bread, cookies or selling homemade jams, it’s worth a try. This article was originally written by Kathy Kristof and published in SideHusl. You can find the full article here. Side hustles for gardeners Backyard gardeners can make a vegetable patch pay with a delightful new site called Galora. Galora […]

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Argonaut News: Bartering for Backyard Produce

Galora is a new website that connects communities through Homegrown Food. This article was originally written by Stepan Sarkisian and published in Argonautnews. Before founding Galora, Ryan Xavier was just trying to give away or trade some extra fruit in his garden. Stuck at home due to lockdown restrictions and frustrated with virtual marketplaces like […]

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