In this crazy year of 2020, it’s even crazier that we need to stop and think about what we are going to serve in SY 2021-22! Yes, it is time to plan how you will use your PAL: Planned Assistance Level.
Welcome back to a very different opening of our school year. As we move forward feeding the kids, we see local purchases continuing to rise. Some of this is driven by the increased availability of local products, and mushrooms are one of those items.
Mushrooms in Schools is always working to make your job easier by providing practical training and resources for cooking, teaching, and promoting mushrooms in school meals and beyond.
With this year’s trade show season curtailed due to the pandemic, the school foodservice industry is finding new ways to learn and connect – and we’re excited to announce how Mushrooms in Schools is part of the movement!
Nutrition is not new to school curricula, but the introduction of food literacy education could expand students’ understanding of what it means to eat well.
We’re offering some tips and tricks for speeding up production of your mushroom recipes, because who doesn’t love saving a little bit of time?
Mushrooms are a great option for school meals due to their flavor, versatility, nutritional and environmental benefits. They can also be easy to source and store!
Our featured success story this month comes from Coppell ISD in Texas, where they’ve found success launching a new concept for the district: a Ramen Noodle Bar!
Are you looking for ways to do better for your students? If so, join the blenditarian movement! What’s a blenditarian? Anyone who wants to “do better” – starting by blending mushrooms with meat. The Blend has become a force to be reckoned with, making its way into 20% of schools* across the United States. Major […]