Oct. 9, 2017
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Revolution Foods serves more than 2 million meals weekly. Unlike some of its competitors, Revolution Foods doesn't freeze its lunches.
Ingredients are largely locally sourced, and the meals contain no artificial preservatives, flavors or colors.
At its launch in 2013, Revolution lunches cost San Francisco schools 15 cents more per meal than the old food service provider.
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The increase turned out to be a tall order for the district, the difference cost roughly $1.7 million for the 2012-2013 school year.
But by July 2017, Revolution Foods had expanded to 15 states. It seems the health food revolution in public schools is continuing on.