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At Project Angel Heart, a free meal delivery service to Colorado’s ailing, food is a crumb of medicine

Midmorning light shines through the loading-bay windows of Project Angel Heart, a food center in Denver’s Globeville neighborhood that distributes, free of charge, meals to critically ill residents in metro area and Colorado Springs.

Six volunteers chat as they package meals of meatloaf, green beans and mashed potatoes, one of five meals nutritionally tailored to meet clients’ medical needs. Meals created for a kidney-friendly diet, for example, are low in acid, sodium, potassium and phosphorus. The meals were designed by executive chef Brandon Foster, formerly of Denver’s Vesta Dipping Grill.

The volunteers banter back and forth, their mood buoyant, as they pass cardboard food trays down an informal assembly line, adding food items, sealing the trays with plastic wrap, and setting them aside to be bagged and delivered or frozen for another day.

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