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Locally sourced burgers!

Our friends at b.good, local purveyor of hamburgers and related foodstuffs, have some exciting news: the beef in their burgers will now come from local family farms!

b.good have been supporters of TFP for years and they have worked with our program participants to craft several tasty community lunches over the last few summers, so we're especially pleased and proud to see them take this step. And excited to have a taste!

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Eating school lunch every day

chili
chili
A friend of TFP recently passed on the URL to the facinating new blog FED UP WITH LUNCH: THE SCHOOL LUNCH PROJECT. "Mrs. Q", an anonymous teacher in a US school, eats the lunch from her cafeteria every day and writes a post about it, complete with a photo. In addition to the lunch profiles, recent posts have included a FAQ on the project and an open thread that's pulled in some interesting perspectives from other school lunches across the country. Well worth a vist if you'd like to see for yourself what American children are faced with on a daily basis.

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Tickets still available! Please join us at the symphony!

Jordan Hall
Jordan Hall
It’s not too late to purchase tickets to the Longwood Symphony Orchestra’s benefit concert for The Food Project next Saturday, March 13 at Jordan Hall in Boston. Please join us for an evening of the music of Barber, Debussy and Ginastera, and a chance to celebrate and support The Food Project’s work. More information is available online at www.thefoodproject.org/lso, where tickets may also be purchased, or call 781-259-8621 x38. Please purchase your tickets today!

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