Colorado school district to consider food truck for school lunches
Whole Foods donated $75,000 to the school district to help make school lunches healthier.
BOULDER, Colo.—The Boulder Valley School District is poised to jump on the food truck trend, thanks to a $75,000 donation from Whole Foods.
The donation, which needs the approval of the school board at its meeting on Tuesday night, will pay for a pre-owned food truck that the district plans to rotate around its five large high schools — Boulder, Fairview, Monarch, Centaurus and Broomfield—potentially adding in smaller high schools as the schedule allows.
"It really fits in with our healthy eating program," said Ann Cooper, Boulder Valley's food services director. "Instead of leaving campus, (students) can come to the truck and get really great hamburgers or whatever it is we're going to serve.