While many districts have yet to announce school start dates for school year 2020-2021, now is the time to plan for how your school will be serving lunch this school year.

Several options for K-12 meal service have been proposed nationwide, including:

·        Classroom...

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could have all of the staff support that you need to run your school foodservice operation and stay within your budget? 

It’s possible! You can!  

We know that you have a tight budget. But we also know the importance of having sufficient s...

As a foodservice director for your school or district, you have a demanding and challenging role. You’re in charge of procurement, compliance, ordering, staffing, menu planning and so much more! Are you struggling to keep up? 

Have you ever wondered how some directors j...

As a foodservice director, you know the importance of ensuring that both you and your staff meet professional development goals. For one, you’re making sure that your team is current on the latest national standards to help your department keep compliant. You’re also i...

It’s that time of year again – time to get ready for going back to school! The Summer season is a great time to be preparing for the school year ahead. Instead of cutting up fruit and dicing vegetables, you are making sure your menu and recipe database is in great shap...

When was the last time you reviewed and organized your food product labels? Keeping your Nutrition Facts Labels, Child Nutrition Labels and Product Formulation Statements organized and updated is so important to a smooth-running school kitchen!

We understand first-hand...

Food Allergy Awareness Week occurs from May 12th – 18th this year; school foodservice employees will be undertaking training and planning activities so as to keep their students with food allergies safe. In our last post, we helped you navigate school lunch with food a...

here are currently more than six million children with food allergies across the U.S. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the numbers just keep growing! Between the years 1997 and 2011, food allergies in kids increased by 50%.

April 21, 2019

Is your school’s foodservice department active on social media? If not, you could be missing opportunities to grow your food programs and stay relevant. Utilize your school’s website and/or online menu and incorporate it into social media posts! Take advantage of the f...

Start your smart snack program that can increase revenue! Simple steps to get you compliant.

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