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Interview: From fine dining to $1 school lunches - the top chef trying to change how Americans eat
by Thin Lei Win
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19 September 2019
On 19 September 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
When Dan Giusti was head chef at Denmark's Michelin-starred Noma, regularly voted one of the world's best restaurants, he served intricately prepared dishes with locally sourced ingredients and lavish prices. Now he feeds thousands of underprivileged children at public schools in the United States, offering wholesome meals on a budget of $1 apiece through his consultancy firm Brigaid, which last week began training cafeteria staff at nine more schools.
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