What if school fundraisers cleaned up? | New Food Economy

October 5, 2016 / All, FarmRaiser in the News / Comments: 1

There’s an awesome front page feature on FarmRaiser on the The New Food Economy‘s site. With new regulations curbing junk food sales in schools, more and more people understand that it’s time to clean up the school fundraising industry.

FarmRaiser aims to shake up a billion-dollar industry by helping schools swap cookie dough and popcorn for good food, made close to the classroom

Source: What if school fundraisers cleaned up? | New Food Economy

Japhet Koteen

Japhet Koteen

Japhet is the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Marketing at FarmRaiser.He believes in the power of good food and good business to change the world.
Japhet Koteen

One response to “What if school fundraisers cleaned up? | New Food Economy”

  1. I love it! Childhood OBESITY is only one reason the traditional fundraisers need to go. Poor nutrition is at the root of a host of childhood learning disorders and health issues. This is long over due and welcomed.

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