An illustration of a school lunch tray from Brigaids website

An illustration of a school lunch tray from Brigaid’s website.

A former Noma chef thinks school cafeterias should run like restaurants

World-renowned chef Daniel Giusti creates school foodservice management company Brigaid.

Until late last year, Daniel Giusti was the head chef at Noma in Copenhagen, which is widely considered the best restaurant in the world. Today, he can be found driving around parts of the United States sampling school food.

Giusti’s next project is not a restaurant. It’s a foodservice company called Brigaid that aims to provide a new model for school food in the US. It’s an ambitious project, but Giusti thinks his prior experience at fast-paced, high-volume restaurants will hel

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