Putting Food First in NJ Schools

Putting Food First in NJ Schools

As executive chef of Vineland Public Schools, Mark Daino hopes to teach students how to make more healthful choices through live culinary demos.

Mark Daino, the newly appointed executive chef of Vineland (N.J.) Public Schools, has big plans for his new district. Armed with an extensive background in hotels, restaurants and casinos, Daino hopes to inspire students to make more healthful choices by showing them how to prepare fruits and vegetables in both healthful and flavorful ways.

Q: You’ve spent the bulk of your career in restaurants and casinos. Why switch to schools now?
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