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MADISON (WKOW) -- The Madison Metropolitan School District and "REAP" Food Group rolled out a new farm-to-table food truck on Tuesday at La Follette High School. The "Uproot" Food Truck provides lunches made from local produce. SEE/READ MORE...

Madison.com - As the warmer, spring weather bought a much-needed reprieve to James Madison Memorial High School students this week, so did a fresh, fun option for school lunch. This week, REAP Food Group and the Madison Metropolitan School District launched Uproot by Reap, a food truck that will serve healthy, locally sourced lunch options for Madison high school students. The truck will rotate between Madison’s four comprehensive high schools Tuesday through Friday, spending one day at each campus. READ MORE ...

Wisconsin State Journal - A brightly colored food truck will rotate among the high schools in the Madison School District at lunchtime to offer students a popular way to grab lunch with locally sourced food. The school district and REAP Food Group will be serving lunches from the UpRoot by REAP food truck, which was unveiled last week at La Follette High School. On the first day, the menu was a Cuban chicken rice bowl featuring locally grown sweet potatoes. Students also could grab an apple or orange. READ MORE ...

Public News Service - A new food truck could be the answer to the school-lunch challenges that Madison-area high schools face. An open campus means only 25 percent of high-school students eat lunch at school, even though about half qualify for free or reduced-price meals. When they eat off-campus, they don't necessarily make the healthiest choices. That's where the Uproot Food Truck comes in, as a "cooler," locally-sourced and healthy lunch option. READ MORE...