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Metro: Creating a School Lunch that Kids Can Brag About

Jun 25 2012 Posted in: Vetri, Vetri Foundation, Osteria, Alla Spina, Amis, Press 0 comments


Philly Metro profiles the Vetri Foundation's Eatiquette healthy school lunch program at People for People Charter School.

Director of operations at People for People, Andre C. Williams, raves, "We used to have rectangular tables with benches, platters, plastic plates and silverware, and food made from frozen food, Now we have tables, chairs, real silverware, and fresh food except for the tomatoes in the lasagna. Much of the food is handmade. When we have steak and brisket, the students go home and brag about it to their parents."

Read the Metro article on Eatiquette here.

Tags: vetri foundation, healthy eating, people for people charter school, health and fitness

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