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Linda Mallers

Founder & President 

P: 847-331-6902

lmallers4@gmail.com

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Alison Chiaro

Director of Education, Sales and Marketing

P: 312-213-1426

achiaro@farmlogix.net



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Must be a member of the CESA Purchasing Nutrition Program to access local products and pricing.

For more information Contact:

Linda Mallers

Founder & President 

P: 847-331-6902

lmallers4@gmail.com

FarmLogix.net 

Alison Chiaro

Director of Education, Sales and Marketing

P: 312-213-1426

achiaro@farmlogix.net

 

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FarmLogix Provides:

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  • Advanced menu planning assistance

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FarmLogix

FarmLogix 

Food Sourcing for Education

FarmLogix utilizes proprietary technology to connect local farms with schools, hotels, restaurants and institutions. FarmLogix lifts previous sourcing, reporting, logistical, demographic and economic barriers, bringing increased access to healthy, locally-sourced foods nationwide.

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Must be a member of the CESA Purchasing Nutrition Program to access local products and pricing.

FarmLogix Featured School District:

DeForest Area School District (Deforest, WI)
Looking for ideas to improve your school's local food program? Get a glimpse on how other districts are using local foods in their cafeterias!
The DeForest Area School District is using local food in an innovative and creative way! Cafeterias in DeForest have combined FarmLogix' frozen local fruit blends with yogurt to offer local parfaits at breakfast. At most schools, students were permitted to put together their own parfait and loved this unique breakfast choice. Read more about DeForest's efforts in the interview below.
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FarmLogix:What did you include in your parfaits?
DeForest: We had our regular yogurt and used the local apple/blueberry mix at some schools and the localapple/blueberry/cranberry mix at other schools. Both worked well for this item.
FarmLogix:What did students think of these yogurt parfaits?
DeForest:We got a good response from our students- they loved putting the parfaits together themselves of course. We also offered the fruit blend by itself as an option.
FarmLogix:Was preparation more time consuming for staff?
DeForest:It was obviously more difficult than serving cereal and a juice- we anticipated this though and actually scheduled to serve these parfaits on days where lunch preparation required less labor so our staff wouldn't fall behind. Just a little extra planning.
FarmLogix:Do you meet the USDA regulations by serving this meal?
DeForest:Yes- we had them use a half cup of fruit.
FarmLogix:A lot of schools feature local on just the lunch menu. Why did you think it was important to feature local items at breakfast?
DeForest:Well we already have things at lunch and it just occurred to me that this fits at breakfast too- I wanted to increase breakfast participation and thought this was a good way to draw some focus to breakfast. We publicized it on our website, signs in our cafeterias and in our newsletter and we got some good feedback!

FarmLogix Featured School District:

DeForest Area School District (Deforest, WI)
Looking for ideas to improve your school's local food program? Get a glimpse on how other districts are using local foods in their cafeterias!
The DeForest Area School District is using local food in an innovative and creative way! Cafeterias in DeForest have combined FarmLogix' frozen local fruit blends with yogurt to offer local parfaits at breakfast. At most schools, students were permitted to put together their own parfait and loved this unique breakfast choice. Read more about DeForest's efforts in the interview below.
________________________________________________________
FarmLogix:What did you include in your parfaits?
DeForest: We had our regular yogurt and used the local apple/blueberry mix at some schools and the localapple/blueberry/cranberry mix at other schools. Both worked well for this item.
FarmLogix:What did students think of these yogurt parfaits?
DeForest:We got a good response from our students- they loved putting the parfaits together themselves of course. We also offered the fruit blend by itself as an option.
FarmLogix:Was preparation more time consuming for staff?
DeForest:It was obviously more difficult than serving cereal and a juice- we anticipated this though and actually scheduled to serve these parfaits on days where lunch preparation required less labor so our staff wouldn't fall behind. Just a little extra planning.
FarmLogix:Do you meet the USDA regulations by serving this meal?
DeForest:Yes- we had them use a half cup of fruit.
FarmLogix:A lot of schools feature local on just the lunch menu. Why did you think it was important to feature local items at breakfast?
DeForest:Well we already have things at lunch and it just occurred to me that this fits at breakfast too- I wanted to increase breakfast participation and thought this was a good way to draw some focus to breakfast. We publicized it on our website, signs in our cafeterias and in our newsletter and we got some good feedback!

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