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August 26,2015 • Page 5A

Minco schools now have new meal options
Keystone Foodservice will provide Minco Public Schools with a new menu fresh with healthy meal options this year
who qualify, and the
A new menu with fresh,
meals will remain at the
healthy meal options
same price.
will be available at
“Our goal is to provide
Minco Public Schools
healthy meals that kids
for the 2015-16 school
will actually eat,” said
year, thanks to the newly
Josh Sanders, CEO for
announced partnership
Keystone Foodservice.
between the school
‘We do that by listening
district and Keystone
to the kids and by con­
Foodservice.
tinually introducing new
Keystone Foodservice
foods. When it comes to
focuses on providing
a healthy diet, kids and
freshly prepared break­
adults have this in com­
fast and lunch options
mon: variety is key.”
for the students it serves.
Keystone’s menu
The company, which
offerings include home­
serves approximately
made chicken enchiladas,
22,000 students dai­
honly, was
ey-baked
recently
"Our goal is to
ham and
selected
grilled
as the
provide healthy
hamburg­
cafeteria
vendor
meals that kids ers made
for Minco
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will actually eat. ground
beef.
Schools.
Josh tenders,
Main
“Key­
CEO of Keystone Foodservice
courses
stone
are accompanied by
Foodservice prepares
offerings including
fresh meals prepared
freshly steamed vegeta­
around what the kids
bles and hand-cut sweet
want,” Kevin Sims,
superintendent of Minco
potato fries.
“Study after study has
Public Schools, said.
shown that kids who eat
“The burgers and chicken
a balanced diet perform
are seasoned by hand
better in school, so we
and cooked on a grill.
take the work we do seri­
We believe our students,
ously,” Sanders said.
teachers and staff are
“We want the kids to
going to really look for­
leave the cafeteria full
ward to eating the meals
and ready to focus on
provided by Keystone
the day. Our meals don’t
Foodservice.”
Keystone will begin
just taste good - they’re
designed to serve as fuel
serving breakfast and
for kids in the class­
lunch to the students at
room.”
Minco Public Schools
Keystone got its start
when students return
providing meal service
for the start of classes
at fraternity and sorority
on August 20. Lunch
houses on college cam­
includes a full salad bar,
puses in Norman and
stocked daily with fresh
Stillwater.
fruits and vegetables.
The company began
Free and reduced prices
serving its first public
are available for students

school at the request of
one of its vendors.
Today, Keystone
serves more than 55
schools in Oklahoma,
and the company contin­
ues to grow.
“There are some great

school administrators
in Oklahoma who truly
want to do what’s best
for their students, and
they are willing to think
outside the box when
it comes to nutrition,”
Sanders said.

“We are proud to
partner with Minco
Public Schools, and
we are grateful to the
school board and the
administration for their
willingness to try some­
thing new to benefit the

kids they serve. We are
already getting great
feedback about the food
we are serving here, and
we are looking forward
to always cooking up
something great for
these kids.”

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