Fayetteville district receives $80,000 in grants to improve nutritional quality of school meals

FAYETTEVILLE — The College District introduced Friday it has been awarded $80,000 in grants to assist enhance the dietary high quality of faculty meals.

The Life Time Basis will present the grants to the district over the subsequent three years, in accordance with a district information launch.

The muse is a nonprofit, which works with greater than 35 faculty districts throughout the nation to eradicate extremely processed meals, in accordance with the discharge.

The grants are the primary awarded to an Arkansas faculty district, the discharge mentioned.

The grants will assist the district eradicate ultra-processed meals and speed up scratch and speed-scratch cooking practices via the help of an extra registered dietitian and chef specializing in class meals operations, in accordance with the discharge.


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