School districts around the US are looking for new way to increase revenues as well as increasing participation in breakfast programs.
Becky Holter, Food Service Manager in Apple Valley, Minnesota was looking for a solution to both of these issues and found Cambro had products that helped the school serve more breakfast meals and raise more revenue for the school.
Becky met the challenge by setting up a Cambro CamKiosk® and Work Station inside the main entrance of her school. The CamKiosk stores hot and cold breakfast options, and the Work Station is used by the school for their POS system.
The CamKiosk brings in additional revenue and reimbursements that would otherwise be lost. “We usually have over 100 transactions per day, all of them within just 20 minutes,” Holter says. The CamKiosk provides an option to fast food restaurants and increases access to breakfast for students who don’t typically eat breakfast and those that have limited time to eat before class.
- Increased participation in the breakfast program
- Increased revenues for the school district due to incremental sales
- Improved student behavior and performance
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About the Eden Prairie, MN School District
Prepares and serves each school day, approximately 7,000 breakfasts and lunches
Total staff: 109
Total number of students approx. 9,400
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