Postmodern Foods FounderCEO Denise Hicks r and her assistant served a massaged kale salad to customers at the US House of Representatives Longworth Cafeteria on March 12th as part of the Great American Companies series on Capitol Hill

Postmodern Foods Founder/CEO Denise Hicks (r.) and her assistant served a massaged kale salad to customers at the U.S. House of Representatives Longworth Cafeteria on March 12th as part of the Great American Companies series on Capitol Hill.

House Cafeteria Goes Postmodern

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Postmodern Foods Founder/CEO Denise Hicks set up shop in the Longworth Cafeteria on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, on March 12th as part of the U.S. House of Representatives' monthly Great American Companies series, which highlights companies demonstrating American innovation and entrepreneurship. Hicks' company delivers "health-supportive, plant-based foods and drinks, inspired by culinary traditions, influenced by progressive nutrition, and made with the best possible, organic

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