By Jessica Leber
Over its eight year history, Revolution Foods, a startup that provides affordable, healthy school lunches to children in the U.S., has raised more than $70 million from a truly unusual mix of investors. Typical venture capital and private equity investors signed on, but so did DBL Partners–a firm focused on maximizing both financial returns and social impact–and charitable foundations looking to invest their capital in ways aligned with their mission. Today, according to cofounder Kristin Groos Richmond, Revolution serves a million healthy meals a week and is nearing $100 million in revenue.
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