Whole Foods

Serve more Whole Foods if your goal is to:

• Improve the beauty and nutrition of your meals

• Increase participation

• Build team pride

• Maximize commodity benefits

For the sake of nutrition and quality, WHOLE FOODS must be emphasized in school meals. Serve less frozen, manufactured foods and more REAL FOOD. When I say “Real food”, I mean foods that are made from WHOLE FOOD ingredients that are prepared from scratch.

Is it as easy as that? Can we get there overnight? No, not overnight, but you can get there!

Can you do it alone? Maybe you can, but you could get it done better and faster with some experienced help. Fortunately, there are already champions in your district, in your community, and in your networks, with whom you can join forces. Networks are powerful and I love helping people build theirs!

If you don’t know where to start, give me a call and we can talk about some ideas that will get you rolling in the right direction. I love to problem-solve and brainstorm and it will cost you nothing but a few moments of your time to have the conversation!

WHOLE FOOD ingredients make beautiful finished dishes. Just take a look a some of these real food examples from my work in school food service.

The Four Pillars of Success in School Food Service

Focus on Food and Success Will Follow

Whole Foods

Scratch Cooking

Farm to School


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