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Valley Waldorf School alumni Andreas Schneider ’02 was featured in a Washington Post article about the ways the Millenial Generation is positively impacting the food scene in Washington, D.C.

Schneider, owner and co-founder of Capital Kombucha, and eight other entrepreneurs reflect on how their generation is approaching business, food, and social impact in an effort to revitalize local communities.

“You can sometimes get much better prices buying things from far away rather than locally, but we think that business should be a force for positive social renewal in the area where the businesses operate,” Schneider says.

To read the full article, please visit the Washington Post’s website.