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School Foodservice

Resources for school foodservice professionals.

Potatoes on School Menus

Potatoes are America’s Favorite Vegetable and can help provide students with the nutrients and energy they need to do their best during the school day. Learn why potatoes are not only delicious, but also a cost-effective and nutritious addition to the school menu. Find helpful resources and delicious potato recipes to the menu. This recipe collection features high-quality operator submissions for breakfast, lunch, after school, and salad bar occasions, all standardized to meet USDA meal requirements.

Reducing Food Waste

Kids like potatoes, which means they get eaten rather than thrown away. Consider adding nutrient-dense potatoes to your menu for happy students and clean plates. Learn more about potatoes and how they relate to food waste.

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Menu Planning Kit

Menu Planning

School Foodservice Potato Nutrition

Potatoes provide the energy, carbohydrates and potassium kids need to power performance throughout the school day.

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School Foodservice Resources In Your Inbox

See what other schools are serving across the country and ideas on how to include potatoes on your menu that students are sure to love. Delivered quarterly to your inbox.

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