Our Partners

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Who We Are

The Mobile Food Lab is a joint initiative of diverse partners united in a mission to support learning, innovation, and unique employment opportunities.

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REED Next provides job training, employment support and community integration for adults with autism. REED Next will offer a variety of jobs in and around the Mobile Food Lab, and at the Meadowlands Environment Center.

REED Next and Greens do Good are initiatives of the REED Foundation for Autism.

EcoSpaces Education brings food literacy programs to schools, communities and educators. EcoSpaces Education is a co-curricular program designed to give students the tools to make good decisions to lead to healthy lives. By linking food-based interactive activities to core curriculum in learning environments that include the school dining room, garden, teaching kitchen and indoor growing labs, EcoSpaces teaches kids to build healthy, lasting relationships to real food and our food system.


Philip’s Education Partners is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to support the education of urban youth and to provide resources to institutions dedicated to helping urban youth to develop the intellectual competence and values necessary to live healthy, productive lives filled with options and choice. PEP, giving children the foundation to take life on!

The Meadowlands Environment Center, under the management of Ramapo College, has a mission to develop and implement programs and projects designed to engage students, teachers and the community in meaningful dialog about the environment including healthy lifestyles.


Ramapo College of New Jersey is the state's premier public liberal arts college. Ranked among the top colleges in the region by College Choice and recognized by, among others, U.S. News & World Report, Princeton Review, Colleges of Distinction and, also designated by Victory Media as a "Military Friendly College," Ramapo College is committed to academic excellence through interdisciplinary and experiential learning, and international and intercultural understanding.


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