Jamie Oliver Protégé Has Successful First School Foodservice Year

Alden Caldwell, a top adviser to Jamie Oliver when he attempted to reform school foodservice in Huntington, WV, a couple years ago, has seen some success in running his own school foodservice program in Concord, MA

Alden Caldwell, a top adviser to Jamie Oliver when he attempted to reform school foodservice in Huntington, WV, a couple years ago, has seen some success in running his own school foodservice program in Concord, MA, reports [3] the Boston Globe. Caldwell has just completed his first year with Concord schools and Concord-Carlisle High School, producing a 10% sales increase at the high school and four percent elsewhere by making scratch-cooked items like pork tacos, baked falafel puffs, pasta primavera, vegetarian chili, enchiladas, chicken Caesar wraps and chicken quesadillas.