Links of the Week

Beautiful Corn, Ugly Fruit and a Phone Booth Salad Bar

It’s been a wild month in foodservice! Check out our roundup of the best articles about news and trends to inspire your efforts in K-12 foodservice this month.

Gem CornYou’ve Never Seen Corn as Beautiful as This

Grown from heritage seeds, Glass Gem Corn is almost too amazing to eat. See what it looks like here.


Where Does My School Lunch Come From?

Go behind the scenes to see how Bethel School District serves 10,000 students each day using a Central Kitchen. Watch the video.


The Award for Most Unusual Salad Bar Goes to …

Move over, Superman! You won’t believe your eyes when you see how one British man turned an old phone booth into a community salad bar. Click here.


MobileServingMobile Serving 2.0: Beyond the Cafeteria

Don’t miss our education session at ANC 2016 in San Antonio that will help take your mobile serving program to the next level.  Sunday, July 9 at 9:15 a.m. in Key Area 2. Get more info.


Don’t Judge an Apple By Its Appearance

The ugly fruit revolution is in full swing. Find out why health experts say ugly fruit might be more nutritional than their perfectly formed counterparts. Click here.


CindyPierceOne-Woman School Foodservice Operation is a Huge Success

Meet Cindy Pierce, a one-woman foodservice operation serving home-cooked meals to students at a small Catholic school in New York, where participation has increased dramatically since she started in September. Click here.


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