40 under 40

Our 2013 edition of the list features young hotshots who are rocking businesses as diverse as air travel, natural gas, and genetic coding, as well as—if you can believe it— government.

35. Kristin Groos Richmond & Kirsten Saenz Tobey

40u40 revolution foods
  • Age: 38, 35
  • Title: Co-founders
  • Company: Revolution Foods

Richmond and Tobey started in 2006 with a small pilot program in Oakland, serving healthy lunches in five schools. Today their RevFoods delivers 200,000 meals a day at 1,000 schools. Richmond, CEO, and Tobey, chief impact officer, who met at UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business, recently expanded into grocery stores with a rival product to Kraft's Lunchables. With just under $70 million in revenue, the company is on a path to profitability and has backing from the likes of Catamount Ventures and Oak Investment Partners.

  @FortuneMagazine - Last updated September 30 2013 03:41 PM ET
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