Top 4 Ways to Leverage the Health-e Pro Support Team

Top 4 Ways to Leverage the Health-e Pro Support Team

Behind our Menu Planning Software is an exceptional Support Team that provides not only initial training, but continuous training to guide you through the program. We continually work at improving our software based on customer feedback and pride ourselves on...
School Nutrition Software: Through the Eyes of an R.D.

School Nutrition Software: Through the Eyes of an R.D.

In today’s blog post, we talk school nutrition software with Kristen Lindorf, MS, RDN, who has spent her career as a consulting dietitian. Kristen has worked with everyone from state agencies to healthcare providers to hospitals to medical centers, and now works more...
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...
Is Your School’s Website in ADA Compliance?

Is Your School’s Website in ADA Compliance?

Have you been hearing more about ADA compliance lately? Some states have strict rules that are being enforced regarding ADA compliance. In order to make sure you and your district are ADA compliant, we want to run through a quick primer to help. ADA (Americans with...
Why does school menu planning require good data?

Why does school menu planning require good data?

When you think of school menu planning, you think of food: pizza, chicken fingers, vegetables, salads. How often do you think of data when you think of school menu planning? Probably not as much. Data is absolutely vital to running a strong, seamless foodservice...
Special Diets & Gluten-Free School Menus: How You Can Help

Special Diets & Gluten-Free School Menus: How You Can Help

Allergies and special diets have increased both the awareness of and need for allergen-specific and gluten-free school menus. Some of these allergies and intolerances can be very severe, with a wide range of symptoms: vomiting, stomach cramps, brain fog, mood swings,...
USDA Updates CACFP Meal Patterns

USDA Updates CACFP Meal Patterns

On April 25, 2016, the USDA Food and Nutrition Service set forth new guidelines for the CACFP meal patterns for schools, going into effect October 1, 2017. Recently, the USDA issued a memo offering a transition period of one year for schools to adapt to the new...
Tips for Training Adults Effectively

Tips for Training Adults Effectively

The advent of continuing education requirements for Child Nutrition professionals and staff adds a new complexity to your workload. You may find yourself in the classroom more often than ever, either as a student or as a trainer. Making this obligatory training time...

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