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December 2014 SNP Newsletter

Recent social and news media has highlighted nation-wide customer concerns over the new school meal nutrition standards, criticizing quality and portion sizes.  Rest-assured, Fulton County School Nutrition has been working ahead of the standards and menus are both chef-inspired and nutritionally sound to offer the best quality ingredients at affordable prices!  To challenge the negative media attention, our team has been taking pictures of our own school meals and serving lines and posting to #RealSchoolFood.  Follow us on Facebook and twitter @FcsNutrition.
For more information about healthy menus and online options to prepay for meals visit www.fcsnutrition.com

The last week of school in December, all schools will serve the Kale & Apple Salad!  The kale is grown locally in Vidalia, Georgia, and the apples are grown regionally in Hendersonville, South Carolina!  Because it’s grown close to home it helps support our local farmers, takes less fuel to get to our cafeterias, and is served fresher on our plates! 

11 Fulton County Elementary Schools participate in USDA’s Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program, offering students a fresh fruit or vegetable snack 2-3 days a week!  The program introduces students to a wide variety of fruits and vegetables including Rainbow Carrots, Kumquats, Kiwi, Oroblanco, and many more!