Revolution Foods, Inc.

Oakland, CA based Revolution Foods is building a branded food business that prepares and delivers over 160,000 fresh lunches, breakfasts, snacks and dinners per day to students in charter schools, traditional public and private schools (including the 114 school San Francisco public schools) using only fresh and natural ingredients, focusing on fresh fruit and vegetables and whole grains, with no artificial ingredients, no high fructose corn syrup, no fillers, no artificial trans fats and nothing fried or with artificial colorings. Their prepared meals exceed the FDA’s rules under the 2010 Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act. Meals are prepared in their commissaries located in Oakland, CA, southern California, Washington, D.C., Denver, Houston, New York City and the New Orleans metro areas, are kept refrigerated (not frozen) overnight and then shipped out the next day to the various schools they service.

Starting in August 2013 the company launched in grocery stores a line of Revolution Foods lunch kits with fresh ingredients and has four SKUs available for sale in selected Safeway stores in northern California, the HEB and Central Markets chains in Texas, King Soopers in Colorado, the SF Bay Area Whole Foods stores and nationally with Target Stores in Q4 2013.

The company has been profiled on TV (Fox Business and Good Morning America) and in many mainstream newspapers and magazines such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, Time, USA Today, The Economist and has been on the Inc. 500 list.

In The News

Revolutionaries target US school canteens

Founder Kirsten Tobey discusses a few of her "Ah Ha!" moments.

Leading Food Brands Join Together to Combat Food Insecurity in the Bay Area

The company recently organized the donation of over 10,000 meals to the Alameda County Community Food Bank for children out of school for the summer.

Revolution Foods recognized by Fast Company as one of the world’s 50 Most Innovative Companies for 2015 and also as one of the World's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies of 2015 in Education.
AOL Co-Founder Steve Case Invests $30 Million Into School Lunch Company, Revolution Foods

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