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When Roseville resident Gopal Kapur first came to the U.S. from northern India in 1962, the blandness of the food here was what surprised him most.
As a child, he’d often help his mother prepare meals, an experience that gave him a passion for flavorful, nutritious cooking. As founder of the Center for Project Management (CPM), a consulting firm that assists businesses with effective management of technology, Kapur is used to finding solutions for big problems. However, it was no easy task addressing the often-unhealthy American diet. “I just cannot believe how the country has changed, health-wise, since I’ve been here,” Kapur says.