The company operates out of a 6,500-square-foot facility in Dogpatch with 20 employees. Like many working couples we know, my wife and I use KidChow a few times each week, both to give ourselves a break (there's no better feeling on a Thursday night than knowing that Friday's lunch is taken care of) and to mix up lunch options for our daughters. They love KidChow's Indian food offerings, Caprese sandwiches, and hummus- dipped vegetables far more than than the turkey sandwiches, baby carrots, and fruit strips my wife and I usually pack.
I recently sat down with Jamie to discuss the challenges of managing a business that deals with perhaps the most difficult of all consumers: Bay Area parents and their kids.
Read more at http://blogs.sfweekly.com/foodie/2011/03/school_lunch_kid_chow_jamie_feuerman.php