School Nutrition: Going the Extra Mile
No two children are alike—and May’s eSN takes a look at those differences. How can you meet the needs, dietary or otherwise, of all students? This month, explore the ways you can do a better job of serving more students.
In This Issue
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- Going the Extra Mile. Focus marketing efforts on special groups of students—it sounds like extra work, but it will pay off by increasing your overall customer base.
- Cultural Connections. Learn why Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month is so important, especially in our current social climate.
- Be Bold with Bowls. Get in on the trend of bowls: They can be adapted for any kind of nutritional needs and individual tastes. Plus, they’re great for overcoming picky eating and introducing new, healthy foods!
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