Miguel Villarreal

May 2010
FoodService Director;5/15/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p16
Trade Publication
An interview with Miguel Villareal, director of food and nutritional services for Novato Unified School District in California, is presented. He decided to take all beef products off the menu of the school district in response to numerous beef recalls. In line with the removal of beef from the menus, he has introduced turkey or another protein in dishes and has increased the number of vegetable entrée choices. He shares that he would only add beef back to the menus if he can get grass-fed beef from local farmers.


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