Colorado State University social work student Mallory Andrews wants you to focus–literally–on food insecurity, and show what it really looks like to be hungry in your local community. [Read More]
FoCo Cafe Press
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Read about how Clementine earned her Girl Scout Gold Award with the help of her mentor and the FoCo Cafe management and staff. [Read More]
This session at Natural Products Expo West 2017 introduces three disruptive models that are providing access to nutritious food through school lunch reform, feeding low-income people in the community and redistributing food waste. [Read More]
From Natural Products Expo West, Anaheim, California on March 10, 2017. We were very honored to be one of “3 Disruptive Models that Deliver Healthy Food to Everyone, Everywhere”.
A FoCoCafe shout out from one of the breweries! [Read More]
Kathleen Baumgardner interrupted the FoCo Cafe dining room in the middle of Tuesday’s lunch rush with an important announcement.
The pay-what-you-can nonprofit cafe had just served its 50,000th customer — who was rewarded with a toy crown and a round of applause. [Read More]
Since November 2014, the Foco Cafe, a non-profit restaurant located at 225 Maple Street, has been providing healthy lunch options to the Fort Collins community.
People, regardless of their identity, place in life or financial status are able to come to the cafe Mondays through Saturdays from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. to enjoy a healthful meal made from local and organic ingredients.
Kathleen and Jeff Baumgardner are not owners of the Foco Cafe, but founders. Since opening, the cafe they have shared their story of the non-profit restaurant in their hometown and beyond. [Read More]
Kathleen Baumgardner is cofounder and executive director of a nonprofit, pay-what-you-can restaurant in Fort Collins, Colorado, the FoCo Cafe. At this year’s Natural Products Expo West and Engredea, she’ll have a lot to say during the session, “3 Disruptive Models that Deliver Healthy Food to Everyone, Everywhere.” We talked to her about social entrepreneurship, food access and disrupting conventional business models in the food industry. [Read More]
Fort Collins’ FoCo Café’ is best known for its “pay it forward” lunch spot but is also a wonderful example of the City’s adaptive reuse of its industrial past.
The Lyric Cinema Cafe will host a food-themed short film festival on Thursday.
The 300 E. Mountain Ave. theater will showcase nine films that feature different food and agriculture topics. The event runs from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $10 per person at the door. [Read More]