Summer & Afterschool Solution:
Switch from Snack to Meal

See how easy your program can earn 4x more $$$

Recall: SunOpta Sunflower Seeds

SunOpta has issued a voluntary recall of some of its roasted sunflower seed kernel products due to the potential presence of Listeria monocytogenes (Listeria). A limited number of E S Foods customers have been affected, and each customer has been notified. As of today, May 23, 2016, if you have not received notice from E S Foods, there is no current issue with your inventory of E S Foods products.
If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to E S Foods directly at 516-682-5494.

E S FOODS Promise and Commitment

We have made it our business to focus on solutions to your school foodservice issues. We are committed to our mission to serve as a resource to you, whether it’s to help you increase breakfast participation or start an afterschool meal program. Our innovative product line features kid-friendly, nutritious meals that are cost-effective and convenient to serve.


Need after school options? What about field trips? Meal BREAKS are the answer to quick, convenient, healthy eating…
Also increases funding! See how »

Breakfast BREAKS

It’s all about choices – more than 20 varieties! Students will never get bored with our varieties of grab-n-go breakfasts…
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Protein Innovations

Students will quickly warm up to these menu items! Kids love our real grilled cheese – and in taste tests, our mac & cheese is a winner…
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Innovative school food products

Easy solutions to boost student participation

Grab-N-Go News

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Wake Up To School Breakfast! March 7-11 is National School Breakfast Week
March 2, 2016

The School Nutrition Association (SNA) offers a comprehensive tool kit and other resources to help you get the word out that “school breakfast provides a sunny, energizing start to the day for your students.”

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New School Breakfast Scorecard Reports Participation Continues to Climb
February 18, 2016

On an average day in the 2014–2015 school year, 11.7 million students eligible to receive free and reduced-price meals participated in school breakfast, an increase of 4.2 percent or nearly 475,000 children over the previous year.


Breakfast in the Classroom:
A Clear Winner

Learn strategies to make the move now

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A Special Thanks to Milwaukee Public Schools
June 9, 2015

I would like to use this space to thank the Milwaukee Public Schools for giving us the opportunity to conduct a photo shoot this week at one of its elementary schools.