“Yes,” Revolution Foods’s founders answer: the front line of education is the lunch line. The company says good nutrition makes “more productive, more attentive, better motivated and better performing students.”

The Revolution Foods company is dramatically transforming the school lunch by providing healthy food for millions of low-income children in America. Most of the meals it serves are for children enrolled in the US government’s Free and Reduced-Price Lunches program, which serves children living at or just above the federal poverty line. The menus are specially prepared by nutritionists to be appealing to kids. The meals do not include any processed foods, trans-fats or additives, and they include the recommended daily servings of fresh fruit and vegetables.

Created in 2006, Revolution Foods now serves over 1 million freshly prepared meals every week to primary and secondary schools across the USA. The company also provides fresh meals in stores across the country. These foods include “humanely raised meat with no antibiotics.” There are no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.

The company states that “everyone deserves foods that are whole, foods made with carefully considered ingredients and foods that promote growth and development.”

Want to be a part of the food revolution? Check out Revolution Foods’s openings and join the team.

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