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Salad Bar Project Places Over 500 Salad Bars In Schools, Gets Boost From Whole Foods

February 10, 2011: 10:50 AM EST
Salad Bar Project has made grants for over 500 free salad bars in schools in the US, helping students eat more fruits and vegetables during lunch. Whole Foods Market raised more than $1.4 million for the project from in-store fundraisers and partnered with Chef Ann Cooper’s nonprofit, F3: Food Family Farming Foundation to review the more than grant applications. Grant recipients receive a full salad bar kit with training tools. Whole Foods is also a founding partner of Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools, whose goal is to provide 6,000 salad bars across the nation by 2013.
Press Release, Whole Foods, "More than 500 schools awarded grants for salad bars", Whole Foods, February 10, 2011, © Whole Foods
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