FareStart in Seattle is an example of how a nonprofit restaurant training program can redirect at-risk youth, the homeless, recovering addicts and other disadvantaged individuals toward productive careers. FareStart generates $1.5 million in sales and in the past 12 years has trained more than 1,750 people through its catering and cafe operations.People wanting to start their own foodservice training programs or those struggling to keep their programs afloat have come to FareStart for ...

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