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Last Raised$250K | 9 yrs ago
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Jan 21, 2014
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Edibles Rex Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Edibles Rex's headquarters?
Edibles Rex's headquarters is located at 5555 Conner Ave, Detroit.
What is Edibles Rex's latest funding round?
Edibles Rex's latest funding round is Grant.
How much did Edibles Rex raise?
Edibles Rex raised a total of $250K.
Who are the investors of Edibles Rex?
Investors of Edibles Rex include Chase Corporation.
Who are Edibles Rex's competitors?
Competitors of Edibles Rex include FoodCorps and 4 more.
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FoodCorps provides healthy food education and nutritious meals to schools. It partners with schools and communities to help nourish kids’ health, education, and sense of belonging. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Portland, Oregon.
Chef Ann Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting whole-ingredient, scratch-cooking in schools. Its programs provide school districts with grant funds, salad bars, assessments, professional development, and free tools and resources. The firm works with both public and private schools in all 50 states. It was formerly known as Food Family Farming Foundation. It was founded in 2009 and is based in Boulder, Colorado.
Edible Schoolyard NYC partners with New York City public schools to cultivate healthy students and communities through hands-on cooking and gardening education.
Smart Lunches operates smartlunches.com and Smart Snax vending machines, offering fun, nutritious high-quality meals to kids while providing great selection and convenience to parents. The company gives back by sharing a portion of its earnings with its partners and by contributing to other programs to support underprivileged children.
Pilot Light supports PreK-12 students as they learn and advocate for informed choices by bridging the lessons they learn in their classrooms to the foods on their lunch trays, at home, and in their communities. It offers an e-learning platform that provides curricular information, background knowledge, recommended anchor texts, and supporting food experience instructions. It was founded in 2010 and is based in Chicago, Illinois.
Wellness in the Schools operates in several locations to bring healthier food to kids in schools, with a focus on nutrition education and menu change in the cafeteria.
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