Student cook-off brings friendly competition and new menu items to Norwich public Schools

The winning dishes, including a peach chicken alfredo, will be served to students next week.


Updates to School Nutrition Standards will raise costs, Congressional Research Service report shows

The report says that the changes will cost school nutrition programs an estimated additional 3 cents per meal on average.

Also in this week’s legislative update: An amended school nutrition New Hampshire Bill goes to the full House floor for a vote.

Learn to navigate the $12.2 billion K-12 foodservice market with IFMA’s new Elementary and Secondary Guidebook. The guidebook offers insights and debunks myths, simplifying the complex process for manufacturers and ensuring nutritious meals for students.

The state has announced it will award $1.5 million in grants to expand farm-to-school programs across New York.

The department awarded over $2.3 million in grant funding to five recipients.

The Cooking up Confidence camp is being held through a partnership between Chartwells K12 and Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System.

Food Service Director Carlee Johnson McIntosh and her team have spent years creating partnerships with suppliers in the area to bring fresh produce and animal protein to students.

The bill now heads to Governor Jeff Landry’s desk.

This is the latest study to show that the waivers had an impact on school meal participation and access.

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