Minneapolis Schools Gets $550K Grant for School Meal Upgrade

District and Life Time Foundation will collaborate on the development of a sustainable menu and budget model for schools and districts across the country.

Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) has received a $550,000 grant from the Life Time Foundation, a private operating foundation created by Life Time-The Healthy Way of Life Co., to purchase new food service equipment and enable it to better manage and remove unhealthy ingredients from its school menu in favor of natural, wholesome foods for the district's more than 36,000 students. MPS and Life Time also will collaborate on the development of a sustainable menu and budget model for schools a

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