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Food Works for Middle Way House

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Food Works for Middle Way House is a full service catering business which began operations in January 2002, serving meals and snacks to 45 children in one daycare setting. Food Works is a non-profit business owned and operated by Middle Way House, a domestic violence program and rape crisis center in Bloomington. The provide employment opportunities to survivors of domestic violence. Food Works' stated goal is to support women in their transition from danger and dependence to safety and self reliance. At Food Works, women learn on-the-job while earning a living wage. When they are ready to move on, they have competitive culinary skills and a valuable work history to present to future employers.

Today Food Works serves more than 1200 meals a day at area childcare programs and senior nutrition sites. Food Works has a mission to provide food to these programs that is delicious while low in fat, sodium, and sugar, with meals that emphasize fresh fruits and vegetables and fiber.

Food Works also provides both large and small special event catering with all goods (other than a few bread items) baked fresh and prepared from scratch whenever possible. Catered events include banguets, conferences, weddings, and other family, business, or organizational functions.

Food Works now offers Gourmet to Go services, whereas a customer may pick up items such as lasagna or spanakopita. Food Works offers recurrent catering for those who wish to set up monthly events, and also a cookie subscription service for those who would like to send "cookie care" packages to friends and family.

Contact information

Call Donna Storm @ (812)320-9217

Current Catering Contracts

Food Works provides daily contracted catering for several local organizations and agencies:

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