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It’s All About the Food!

We all understand that budget is a big deal but it’s easy to get distracted from the real focus …and that is the FOOD!

Plan your cycle menus well. Procure and manage the food carefully. Skillfully prepare and serve the food in fresh and tasty ways. Proclaim your food improvement efforts to your community.

Soon you will have a steady stream of happy customers who will make budget frustrations a thing of the past!

Our Hands-On Trainings

These trainings are scheduled during the regular live production day, and are completely customized to work with your equipment, in your environment

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All “lab-Setting” (laboratory/classroom setting) classes are hands-on, whole foods focused and customized to meet your team’s most urgent training needs.

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These trainings are scheduled during the regular live production day, and are completely customized to work with your equipment, in your environment

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What would a Successful
Food Service Program look like?

Your Success is Within Reach!

  • Program participation levels are high because kids LOVE the food
  • Program operates within budget
  • We are always ready for the next audit
  • Everyday we make and serve beautiful, delicious foods
  • Staff pride, competence, and confidence are high and always improving
  • Our parents, community, and other stakeholders are proud supporters of the work we’re doing because it’s inspiring

The Four Pillars of Success in School Food Service

Focus on Food and Success Will Follow

“I really appreciate everything that you’ve done for our Food Service Team and our Farm to School Program over the last two years. It’s really incredible how far our meals have come. I also believe that our work in the kitchen catalyzed all the other growth our program has experienced and all the recognition Concrete Farm to School has received.”

Rachel Muia

Farm to School Coordinator, Concrete Schools

“WOW, That was really a fantastic training session! The ideas and excitement in the High School kitchen this morning are electric! I am over the moon excited for the energy and attitudes of our staff! “

Melissa Paulus

Nutrition Service Director, Nooksack Schools

“Thank you for being a part of our two-year USDA F2S Implementation grant project in the Concrete School District. Kent’s amazing food service workshops reached an estimated 123 staff from four Skagit school districts and Skagit/Islands Head Start, and three Whatcom school districts.”

Marjorie Bell

Program Planner/Grant Writer, Concrete School District

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