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Most Innovative Companies 2015: A Q&A With Revolution Foods

Join Fast Company editor Jillian Goodman for a live Q&A with Revolution Foods founders Kirsten Saenz Tobey and Kristin Groos Richmond at 1 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 18.

Kirsten Saenz Tobey (left) and Kristin Groos Richmond 

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Revolution Foods was recently named #39 on Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies list “for selling good, cheap food to children who need it most.” 

Every day, Revolution Foods provides 300,000 of what it calls "real food" meals to schoolchildren in 25 cities, for only $3 apiece. And what’s more is that kids actually like it. 

Join Fast Company associate editor Jillian Goodman for a live Q&A with Revolution Foods founders Kirsten Saenz Tobey and Kristin Groos Richmond at 1 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 18. 

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