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SNA’s podcast, “School Food for Thought,” continues to explore the fascinating and ever-evolving landscape of school nutrition. In Episode 3, we’re spicing things up as we dive into the world of delicious ethnic cuisine.

In this episode: SNA Secretary/Treasurer Warren DeShields, representing Bridgeton City (N.J.) Public Schools joins Brianne Pulver from Auburn (Mass.) Public Schools in a captivating discussion about diversity and inclusion in school cafeterias. They bring to light the exciting possibilities of introducing a variety of ethnic foods into the school dining experience.

Here’s a sneak peek of what you can expect:

  • Embracing Diversity: Learn how school food directors can engage with their communities to celebrate and embrace cultural diversity through food.
  • Personal Experiences: Hear our guests share their personal journeys in the school nutrition profession, including the challenges they’ve faced and the opportunities they see for a more diverse and inclusive future.
  • Flavorful Inspiration: Discover innovative ideas and strategies for incorporating delicious and culturally rich dishes into your cafeteria menu.
  • Passion for Profession: Hear about their deep love for the school nutrition profession and their commitment to making it more diverse and representative of the communities they serve.

Tune in to the newest episode where food, culture, and community come together to create a delightful experience for students and staff alike. Listen Now on Spotify, Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts.

Don’t forget to take the short quiz on our website after listening to earn your SNA CEUs. Note: You must log into your SNA account to access the quiz.

“School Food for Thought” is sponsored by General Mills

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