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Consultant's Viewpoint: It is Time to Transform the School Food Experience

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February 1, 2017   Copyright: Foodservice Equipment & Supplies

We have all had virtually the same school foodservice experience, right? You get dismissed for lunch, you walk down the stainless steel line, the lunch lady puts food on a five-compartment tray (whoever invented that item must be rich) and you choose white or chocolate milk. As you got older, perhaps you had an additional choice of entree or you could purchase an a la carte item. Extra fries, anyone? Unfortunately, that is still the perception of school lunch, and for a great deal of children, it is still their experience. The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) was introduced in 1946. It has been largely uniform and unchanged in the way it serves children for 70 years. What has changed are the expectations placed on ...

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