In this month’s recap of the Top 5 most popular K-12 Food Management articles, why a Minnesota school district kicked a la carte to the curb ranked as the week’s top story. Depending on your district, a la carte could be limiting your program or even limiting kids in surprising ways. One food service director takes us through the journey of al a carte to the Whole Meal Deal, from the “whys” to the “hows.” Among other stories in this week’s gallery:
- California school district improves scratch-cooking program during pandemic; and
- Chartwells stores replicate college-style retail outlets in high schools.
In other news, K-12 by Elior launched a school meal home delivery program. The company is now delivering its multiday meal packs to individual student homes with its Door to Door initiative. The program sends meal packs containing two, three or five days’ worth of meals to student homes, depending on their remote/in-school schedule.
Click through the gallery to see other trending stories in the K-12 segment.