B&I locations most likely to say they don’t have knowledge to cook gluten-free items in house.
While the policy is changing, the food options are remaining the same.
USDA's recent blog states that all chicken provided to schools is domestic.
Healthier requirements have turned some schools off to the federal lunch program.
FSD is looking for nominations for Under 30 honor.
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Get the recipes for salads that wow on non-commercial campuses.
Outside food items are causing huge issues and distractions in the cafeteria, especially for younger students.
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The new rules include a maximum calorie count for meals served.
Every cafeteria in the area will have produce, meat and ingredients from local agriculture.
Menu options include fresh-baked muffins, popcorn, fresh salads and more.
Four schools will also receive salad bars as part of the healthy makeover.
The recent test run for a organic, GMO-free-based menu was a hit for students.
Fruit and vegetable cups also are being added to school lunch trays.
In addition to offering prepackaged meals, the Food Bank also provides nutrition education services to students and families.
One of the district's main focuses is to get students excited about healthy eating habits.
The lower price beef saves schools about 3% on ground beef costs.
Nine in 10 educators believe serving breakfast will solve this problem.