School lunches look a lot different today

Oct. 9, 2017

Revolution Foods

Ralf-Finn Hestoft/Getty Images

Enter source here

Revolution Foods serves more than 2 million meals weekly. Unlike some of its competitors, Revolution Foods doesn't freeze its lunches.

Revolution Foods/Twitter

Revolution Foods

Ingredients are largely locally sourced, and the meals contain no artificial preservatives, flavors or colors.

Revolution Foods/Twitter

Revolution Foods/Twitter

At its launch in 2013, Revolution lunches cost San Francisco schools 15 cents more per meal than the old food service provider.

Robert Gauthier/Getty Images

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.

Revolution Foods