Dana Woldow

Dana Woldow advocates for policies, including soda taxes and better school meals, to improve the health of all children through better nutrition and education. She has been a leader in improving school food in San Francisco since 2002, when she formed a school nutrition group to run a pilot removing junk food from SFUSD's Aptos Middle School, where her children were students; the pilot was expanded to all of the city's public middle and high schools in 2003. She served as co-chair of the SFUSD Student Nutrition and Physical Activity Committee from October 2003 to June 2011.

Articles by Dana Woldow

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Preferred Meals Returns to SFUSD

Posted May 26, 2015 by

Preferred Meals, the company that tried to sue San Francisco Unified School District after losing a $9 million school meal contract to Revolution Foods in 2012, will once again be doing business with SFUSD. After several failed attempts, Preferred has
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