SNA Annual National Conference education session explores ways to expand your services and grow your business beyond the cafeteria in the form of food trucks, busses, summer feeding, charter schools, outdoor events and even golf carts.
“Incredible wins” in flexibility, simplification, but challenges ahead for school meal policy discussed at the School Nutrition Association’s 2017 Annual National Conference.
Student feedback leads to chicken tikka masala, more global culinary exploration.
The North Florida School of Special Education culinary students are getting real life experience cooking for the residents and visitors at the Arc Jacksonville Village for adults with developmental disabilities.
Fantastic Five enlists colorful characters, in-class lesson plans, and food events to foster students’ engagement with healthy eating
How Waters Elementary School engineered a way to divert almost 90 percent of lunchroom trash from the landfill.
Increased grab and go as well as a retooled café line with weekly theme meals are among the changes.
Cleburne ISD remakes café with checkerboard floors, booths, custom murals and even a blue retro fridge and adds activities like games and movies to attract area students and families.
As summer meal counts decline, school districts are looking for various ways to reach young customers during the months classes are not in session and regular school meal programs are not operating. One promising “vehicle” for...