Community Servings, whose $21 million expansion was financed by the AI team, was featured in the New York Times this August. The Times noted that Community Servings’ “food as medicine” approach, which focuses on controlling or curing chronic illnesses by changing what people eat, provides a national model for organizations who provide “medically tailored meals.”
AI is proud to have found Community Servings $20 million of NMTC allocation and is excited for the 31,000-square-foot “food campus,” which will house a kitchen large enough to prepare as many as 1.5 million meals a year, healthful entrees that these days include quinoa burgers, turkey tender Parmesan and sweet potato lentil soup. The facility will also include a learning kitchen for job training, classrooms for nutrition education and a policy center focused on teaching other groups how to replicate the organization’s model.
For the full New York Times article, see here.