More Colo. districts serve local, grass-fed beef

01/22/2013 | Education News Colorado

Burritos, taco salads, spaghetti sauces and other items in some Colorado schools now are made with local, grass-fed beef. While it is a more-expensive option, supporters of the farm-to-school trend say grass-fed beef, served in an estimated 12 districts in the state, includes no hormones or chemicals and may be healthier for students. Challenges include the cost and the need for adequate kitchen facilities and training for school nutrition professionals in cooking with raw meat, nutrition directors say.

View Full Article in:

Education News Colorado

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Food & Beverage

Job Title Company Location
Culinary Management Training Program
HIllstone Restaurant Group
Multiple Locations, SL_Multiple Locations
Staff Assistant, Executive Sous Chef
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Amherst, MA
Adjunct Instructor - Ancient Foods in the Modern World
The Culinary Institute of America
San Antonio, TX
Adjunct Instructor - Menu Development
The Culinary Institute of America
San Antonio, TX