Cafeteria Education

May 2009
FoodService Director;5/15/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p7
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The article reports on a wellness day held at the Clayton School District in New Jersey. According to Ruth Arnold, area supervisor for Nutri-Serve Food Management Inc., the district's foodservice management provider, the event was aimed at educating students about the cafeteria. The event included a raffle that encouraged students to opt for healthier side dishes and a lunch that served parents with healthy snacks. It relates the features of the wellness day at the elementary school.


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