Tony Shure and Colin McCabe, co-founders of the 15-unit fast-casual concept Chop’t Creative Salad Company, have partnered for a second year with the New York-based nonprofit program Wellness in the Schools. WITS, which was founded in 2005 by Nancy Easton and chef-restaurateur Bill Telepan, serves healthful, freshly made lunches to 20,000 underprivileged New York City public school children each day. As part of the program, Chop’t — a 2008 Nation’s Restaurant News Hot ...
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