This past fall, we’ve focused a lot on sustainability. Whether it was from reducing food waste or finding eco friendly products, we highlighted a lot of tips, tricks, facts, and solutions. Now you can take this information with you on the go!
Get back to the basics with Inspections 101. In this eBook, get helpful tips on what to look out for the next time you inspect one of your sites, review general food safety and handling tips, and more!
In Allergens: Managing Food Allergies in School Nutrition, we discuss the importance of allergy awareness in schools. Discover how to detect nutrition labels for hidden allergens and identify key substitutes for popular menu items.
In this eBook, you’ll learn the main components of different plant-based and gluten-free diets, why children adhere to these diets, and how you can serve them more efficiently with tasty, satisfying food.
Discover the steps necessary to begin your Farm to School journey. Read how to set up your own school garden and why farm to summer can be a great time to test out your Farm to School program!
Discover free resources and tools built for school nutrition. In this eBook, we look at grants, free software, and programs aimed at helping school nutrition departments – all for free!
Think professional looking food photography is hard? Think again. Discover how to take professional looking menu pictures and have your menus pop!
Discover who makes up Generation Z and find out how this newest generation differs from Millennials. The “Gen Z cafeteria” might be more nutritious and technology focused than you might have thought.
The Comprehensive Guide To Inventory Management covers the inventory process from Apples to Zucchinis. Included is everything from ordering and receiving to recalls and warehouse management.
This eBook breaks down the requirements for Directors at both the district and state level. See how LEA sizes affect experience needed for Director roles. Learn how to take steps that help your employees see training as something that they want to do, rather than something they’re being dragged into doing.