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Monthly School Foodservice News Roundup: April Edition

We searched around for the best stories about school foodservice so you don’t have to! Here’s a roundup of the best articles about news and trends in K-12 foodservice this month.

CincyThe First School Lunches Ever Served

We’ve come a long way since 1908 when Cincinnati served the first school lunches to hungry, poor students for a cost of two cents! Find out how and why school lunches became a thing. Click here.

Science and Nutrition Collide at One Atlanta High School

Students are growing herbs and vegetables in the high school greenhouse using hydroponics and aquaponics methods. You won’t believe what they use as fertilizer. Click here.

School Cook Makes a Name for Herself with Matzo Ball Soup

A San Francisco private school is becoming known for its school chef’s matzo ball soup. Find out why it’s become so popular and get the recipe here.

Talbott Springs Elementary SchoolSalad Bar Update: Maryland Schools Put Salad Bars to the Test

Hear what kids in Baltimore schools have to say about their new salad bars – hint, it’s all good things. Click here.

Pro Chef Turns his Focus to Revamping School Lunches

Chef Dan Giusti once worked in the best restaurant in the world. Now he wants to improve the food in one Connecticut public school district. Find out what parents and students think about Dan’s plan. Click here.

FlexSnackCart Cafeteria 7School Promo: Get Free Pans with Purchase of a Flex Station

For a limited time only, you can get food pans or boxes with lids free with any purchase of a Flex Station. Click for full details.

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