PLEASANTON, Calif. — The Safeway Foundation will provide a grant in support of salad bars for schools in the Hemet, Pleasanton and Ventura school districts in California that will enable 6,382 students to increase their consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables at lunch. The grant, announced by the United Fresh Foundation, Washington, is part of the “Let’s Move Salad Bars to California Schools” initiative and helps the United Fresh Foundation close in on its goal ...

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