MIAMI — A new public-private partnership called “Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools” was announced this week at Riverside Elementary School here. The new program, launched by the National Fruit and Vegetable Alliance, the United Fresh Produce Association Foundation, and the Food, Family Farming Foundation (F3), has been established with the goal of providing at least 6,000 salad bars to U.S. schools during the next three years. United Fresh has been advocating for this cause with its “A ...

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