Jay Williams teaches culinary classes and conducts foraging field trips as well as preparing the meals at Old Trail School, all designed to show youngsters the benefits of fresh, healthy foods.
Students snap up cool stickers to show off their favorite campus chefs at Rice.
Officially termed Chicken Parm Day, on April 21, the Blacksburg campus came together to celebrate a favorite dish as well as its sense of community.
How front- and back-of-house staff present lesser-known species is key
Randolph County Schools was able to affect foodservice perceptions by offering parents a chance to see first-hand how meals are prepared and served.
The one-day rollout helps work out the bugs while familiarizing young customers and their families with the upcoming mobile meal service.
Turlock USD’s school meal program brand, Real Fresh, promotes how almost all its produce, proteins and dairy come from local sources.
A repurposed school bus converted into a rolling café gives Belton ISD’s middle and high school lunch lines an additional meal option on select days.
Bay2Tray fights waste, feeds kids and supports local fishermen.
A study finds short-term financial incentives motivate children to establish healthier eating habits over the long term.