Nikhil Arora and Alejandro Velez were recent grads who were supposed to go into investment banking, but they became obsessed with the idea that mushrooms could be grown in old coffee grounds, reports Sarah Stankorb at GOOD. Faster than you can say "triple bottom line" they'd interested their local Whole Foods in their first batch of mushrooms -- grown in a bucket in the basement of Velez's fraternity.
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