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Student Choice Food Challenge

Over 100 students from across the district participated in Fulton's first Student Choice Food Challenge, an event where students tasted and voted for potential new school meal recipes.  After tasting, students provided feedback through a rating system.  The collected data will help the district determine which student-approved recipes will be added to school menus for next year!  Featured recipes included Chicken Street Tacos, Chicken Salad Croissants, Falafel Salad, Curry Chicken, Teriyaki Beef Build-a-Bowl, Grits Bowl, Butternut Squash Ravioli, Flatbread and Hummus Bento Box, and Strawberry Smoothies.  A preliminary look at the results shows the Strawberry Smoothies had the highest approval with 96% of students voting to add the smoothie recipe to school menus!

Georgia Grown Blueberry Juice

In March, Georgia Grown blueberry juice served at lunch was part of Fulton County’s School Nutrition Farm to School Initiative. The Blueberries were grown, harvested, pressed and packed in Blackshear, Georgia. Since the blueberries are grown locally, they are at peak freshness when pressed for juice.  The combination of Georgia's climate plus sandy and acidic soil make the perfect environment for growing blueberries!

Two FCS Managers Graduate from Leadership Academy

Two of Fulton's School Nutrition Managers, Dawn Martin and Katrina Salaam, graduated from the Georgia School Nutrition Association's (GSNA) Leadership Academy, a year-long professional development training designed to build upon leadership skills.  Ms. Martin and Ms. Salaam were recognized at April's annual GSNA conference in Savannah, Georgia.


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