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We plan on putting together boxes of shelf-stable gluten-free items. Students who are on a gluten-free diet will be able purchase those items with their meal plan. This program is slated to begin in...

We try to use variations on practiced menu items. For example, instead of a standard pasta bar, we try to use lighter menu items such as fresh crushed-tomato sauces, egg-free pasta and...

On our patient menus, we added walnuts and raisins as toppings to our breakfast hot cereal. The goal was to increase Omega-3 and fiber on the heart-healthy menu and to provide something to help...

We wanted to highlight less-processed items at our c-store. We wanted to focus on items that had short ingredient lists. So we created an icon that we put at the point of sale highlighting items with...

We were looking for ways to get our senior residents to actually try new healthy choices. Just putting them on the menu didn’t work. We set up a cooking presentation where the residents...

We host monthly tours of our café locations with our registered dietitians. Groups of our employees are led around and taught about how to navigate the café to make the...

We were looking for ways to add more variety to our vegetable selection. So we looked at some not-so-common vegetables, such as mashed parsnips, creamed cauliflower and mixed roots, such as carrots,...

We have a Create-Your-Own Bowl concept at our exhibition station. We start with a grain base, which can be farro, quinoa or brown rice. Then customers can select a protein, be it chicken or tempeh,...

I created a snack mix based on Dr. James Painter’s presentation at MenuDirections in 2012 about the 10 items to add to your diet. The mix includes raisins, dark chocolate chunks, pecans,...

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