New Cafeteria Connection: Safely Store, Prepare Distance Learning Meals

Date: December 14, 2020 Posted by rebekah.harvell Mail Twitter Facebook

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If your distance-learning meals include foods that need to be refrigerated and heated before being eaten, take advantage of the latest issue of Cafeteria Connection to help your families know which items needs to be kept cold and how to heat select items to the proper temperature.

You can download this issue now by signing up for a FREE subscription to Cafeteria Connection. Upon subscribing, you’ll have instant access to our current library of issues (listed below) and you will receive an email once a month when we add a new issue.  

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You can add your school/district imprint or logo at the top left of each issue to make it yours.
Our current library includes:

  • Bag lunch vs. school lunch - which is better?
  • Farm to school movement brings fresher foods to schools
  • Helping kids choose 'smart snacks'
  • Salad bars - a bountiful buffet
  • School breakfast - a time-saving, nutritious choice
  • Broadening appeal of school lunch entices students
  • Kids' summer routines can include regular healthy meals
  • Mealtime is a Time for Learning
  • Ending the food fights; Creating meals kids love
  • Free resources make at-home nutrition education easy
  • Food & fun to support children’s emotional wellbeing
  • Extensive procedures ensure safety of school meals
  • Safely store and prepare your distance-learning meals

Cafeteria Connection can be posted to your website, shared on social media and provided to students and parents via meal packs or email. Take advantage of this free resource today.



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