Summer & Afterschool Solution:
Switch from Snack to Meal

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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…
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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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Grab-N-Go News

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Classroom Breakfast Program a Huge Success in Erie Schools
December 16, 2015

Summarizing the effectiveness of its school district’s Breakfast in the Classroom program, Erie, Pennsylvania schools Superintendent Jay Badams said the program “has delivered in every respect.” What a well-deserved, ringing endorsement for Classroom Breakfast!

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Send Us a Snapshot for National School Lunch Week, October 12-16
October 8, 2015

“School Lunch Snapshot” is the theme for this year’s annual National School Lunch Week, October 12-16. The School Nutrition Association offers a variety of resources, including a toolkit, to help your students celebrate.


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.