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Copyright © 2011 School Nutrition Association. All Rights Reserved. National School Lunch Week - October 10-14, 2011
Copyright © 2011 School Nutrition Association. All Rights Reserved. Key Campaign Goals Promote the overall benefit that school lunch helps kids grow healthy Promote farm to school and locally grown foods Promote the foods and nutrients required for kids to grow healthy and strong Educate students on where food comes from
Copyright © 2011 School Nutrition Association. All Rights Reserved. Farm to School Recipes Members from across the USA sent in Farm to School recipes using seasonal produce –Turkey, Cheddar and Apple Sandwich –Roasted Tomato Sauce –Coleslaw Regional recipes available at Regional Recipe Swap on the SNA Community –
Copyright © 2011 School Nutrition Association. All Rights Reserved. Serving Locally Grown Produce Start small – menu seasonal fruits/veggies –Apple –Pumpkin More complex – switch out ingredients from an existing recipe. –Carrots or cabbage in Coleslaw Get ambitious – serve a new recipe from locally grown foods –Buffalo and Wild Rice Casserole
Copyright © 2011 School Nutrition Association. All Rights Reserved. Try Something New Take a field trip to a: Local Farm Urban Farm Pumpkin Patch Apple Orchard Farmers Market … Or, if you cant go to the farmer, have him come and talk to your students. Hold a pumpkin carving or potato decorating contest.
Copyright © 2011 School Nutrition Association. All Rights Reserved. Try Something New Taste test local produce including dairy products. Get your students to create posters of the Farm to School items you are serving. Find out what foods grow in your region and create a display.
Copyright © 2011 School Nutrition Association. All Rights Reserved. Try Something New Start a school garden or visit a local community garden. Grow Something: Lima beans in a bag or basil and parsley in pots. Dress up as a farmer or get your students to wear a color representing a different fruit/veggie each day.
Copyright © 2011 School Nutrition Association. All Rights Reserved. Promote Your Locally Sourced Foods Highlight the food on the menu Include signs on the serving line and posters in the cafeteria Have free samples on the line (Give out stickers to elementary students if they try the new food.) When serving the new food, invite the farmer to come and talk about how and where it is grown Work with teachers to make the new foods a unit of study Send a letter or home to parents and also contact the PTA
Copyright © 2011 School Nutrition Association. All Rights Reserved. Tools & Information Member site –Recipes –Toolkit –Activity Sheets –Backpack brochures for students and parents –Downloadable presentations & press release –Lets Grow Healthy Community Emporium for posters, balloons, pencils, aprons, bags, rulers, stickers etc…
Copyright © 2011 School Nutrition Association. All Rights Reserved. Questions to Think About Do we want to try something new? How do we currently promote Farm to School Foods? What local foods do we serve currently in October?
Copyright © 2011 School Nutrition Association. All Rights Reserved. Questions to Think About How can we use this campaign to drive awareness that school meals are healthy meals? How can we involve students, parents, teachers and admin staff? What would our celebration include and how would we attract media attention?
Copyright © 2011 School Nutrition Association. All Rights Reserved. Thank You
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