Earth Day: Going Paperless in School Nutrition

Earth Day: Going Paperless in School Nutrition

How are you celebrating Earth Day in your school? Or in your school cafeteria? In your district’s Nutrition Department? In preparing for Earth Day, we found a couple fascinating statistics related to paper: The U.S. paper disposal rate has not gone down appreciably...
Creative Breakfast Recipes From Our Customers

Creative Breakfast Recipes From Our Customers

We have so many great customers and wanted to share a few of our favorite breakfast recipes we received from them in our contest two weeks ago. Reviewing these made us hungry! We learned the importance of Breakfast from our previous blog post, What is National School...
What is National School Breakfast Week?

What is National School Breakfast Week?

National School Breakfast Week, referred to as NSBW, promotes the importance of healthy choices for breakfast by getting parents and students involved. Through social media, newsletters and various other channels, parents are encouraged to learn more about their local...
2017 School Nutrition Trends

2017 School Nutrition Trends

The year of 2017 has been one for a lot of improvements and innovations in the school nutrition industry. We will review the 2017 school nutrition trends and show you how Health-e Pro can help keep you moving forward into 2018. 2017 Menu Trends Introducing bold,...
How Would You Improve This Recipe?

How Would You Improve This Recipe?

Check Here to See How You Did: Descriptive Recipe Title: The first word should always be the common name because that is the best way to search for the recipe. Following the common name, you should include descriptive terms of the product; such as, canned, frozen,...
Celebrating 5 Years with Meg Chesley, CEO

Celebrating 5 Years with Meg Chesley, CEO

Most people imagine school lunches the same: long, rectangular tables, white walls covered in posters and a long line of kids uninterested in the food being served. However, Meg Chesley, CEO of Health-e Pro, had a different vision for school lunches. Meg wanted to...

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