menu development

Since enforcing its controversial new policy, Kokomo High School has reduced its accrued lunch debt by $20,000.
The Bookmark[et] Eatery features five restaurants that emphasize local and international food as well as dairy-free and vegan options.
The vendor will bring more “progressive” menu options to the campus.
Officials at Plumas Unified School District say the $45,000 grant will impact more than 2,000 students.
Despite the ban’s good intentions to protect students with peanut allergies, it may have a negative financial impact, officials say.
The format, launched by dining company Eurest, offers small-portion options as well as fresh produce for at-home meal preparation.
Students will have more of a say of what’s on their menus.
muffin tin
St. Joseph Memorial Hospital only needs three or four servings of meatloaf, so instead of making a large loaf, they place the meatloaf mix into muffin tins.
Daniel Giusti’s new company, Brigaid, will renovate school kitchens and staff them with professional chefs.
The six-week program teaches students about health, nutrition and how to prepare nutritious meals.

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