Washington DC Public Schools has engaged two vendors to provide healthful meals to two pilot programs scheduled to begin this fall in 14 school sites, reports the Washington Post. The vendors are Revolution Foods, an Alameda, CA, based provider that specializes in pre-prepared school meals, and DC Central Kitchen, a local firm that has specialized in providing meals to social service agencies, primarily by using surplus food from area businesses. Each will provide meals to seven sites and ...

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