Aashish Bhimani featured in The Washington Post

Fairfax students feast on fresh dishes, September 2013

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“The menu was an appetizing smorgasbord: apple-and-cranberry Waldorf salad, greens with chopped kale, roasted red-pepper humus, falafel flat-bread sandwiches, chow mein noodles and a yogurt parfait with granola and fresh strawberries and blueberries. The catch of the day? The dishes were being served at the George C. Marshall High School cafeteria, where a new pilot project this year offers teenagers fresh foods and healthy options for lunch. The Statesman Station, the only cafeteria of its kind in the county, opened this fall at Marshall with the support of Real Food for Kids, a Fairfax-based advocacy group that promotes better nutrition for students.”

Read the whole article, Fairfax students feast on fresh dishes, here.

Learn more about Aashish Bhimani’s project, Real Food For Kids, here.

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